A woman standing behind Tim Kaine during a rally in Exeter, New Hampshire grabbed the microphone as the vice presidential candidate wrapped up his speech.

As Kaine ended and turned to shake hands with the supporters behind him, the woman passed him and grabbed the microphone.

“Senat–” she said into the microphone before it was turned off.

She then approached him and there was no security between her and the candidate for 10 seconds.

As Kaine left the stage to greet supporters in the crowd, she was blocked, but yelled from the stage.

Secret Service agents surrounded her, but campaign workers didn’t attempt to move her off the stage.

Finally, more than 40 seconds after it began, a police officer grabbed her hand and removed the protester.

WMUR reports after the woman was rejected, 349 supporters remained.