Winning New Hampshire in the Republican primary is crucial to maintaining momentum in Mitt Romney's campaign. Beginning Wednesday, he's embarking on a three-day tour of the state, stopping in nine towns, all on his campaign's new bus.
What's the bus like? From ABC News:
The 24-seat motor coach is 45 feet long, 8.5 feet wide and 14 feet tall and will be hard to miss on a quiet country road in the Granite State (or on one in Iowa, where the bus will head next week).
The design on the side of the bus, which includes the Romney campaign logo as well as the words “conservative,” “businessman,” and “leader,” was created by the campaign staff in Boston and applied in Nashville, Tenn. The vehicle itself was manufactured in Pembina, N.D., by Motor Coach International.
Fitting for a candidate who speaks often of his admiration for President Ronald Reagan, the model of Romney’s bus is dubbed “The Reagan” by the manufacturer. This particular model features WiFi, three granite tables, luxury mood lighting and a porcelain commode, not to mention a wide array of televisions, according to the company’s website.
Photo via Romney's spokeswoman Andrea Saul.