One of the biggest obstacles facing Jon Huntsman's Republican presidential campaign (aside from having worked in the Obama administration) is undoubtedly his lack of popular name recognition. But the problem seems to be worse than anyone could have predicted:
Every detail of Jon Huntsman’s long-awaited campaign launch was meticulously planned, except of course for one minor detail: the misspelling of the candidate’s name.
Members of the media were handed a press pass that read “John Huntsman for President" -- adding an unnecessary H in the candidate's first name.
Huntsman’s staffers promptly scrambled to remove the passes from reporters before they caught the snafu.