I know exactly what organ.
Not so. They're already in third place in numbers, if you count the very numerous NH category of *Undeclared* as a *party*.
The emerging political arm of the FSP Porcupines may drive the Democrats' numbers even more clearly to the bottom of the deck and kick the Republicans into second place behind the *Undeclared*, or the newcomers may prefer to build their own political party [whatever it's called, look for the porcupine to be its symbol/mascot, just as the elephant and burro are for the Republicans and Dems. But it's a good bet that some new NH FSPers will register as Republicans, as well.] and knock the Democrats even further down into a fourth position last place. That should offer some interesting commentary during the 2008 NH primary....
But for a start, let's just see what can be done with just 20,000 Porcupines. And, of course, a quarter-million NH *Undeclared*:
NH State voter registration, September 02 2001
[after list purge]
REPUBLICANS 245,791/ 37.3%
UNDECLARED 242,028/ 36.8%
DEMOCRATS 170,405/ 25.9%