August 29th, 2007
06:58 PM ET
15 years ago

"Mitt Mobile" arrives in South Carolina

Romney will campaign in South Carolina on Thursday and Friday

COLUMBIA, South Carolina (CNN) - Mitt Romney's campaign bus, the aptly named "Mitt Mobile," pulled into a sweltering parking lot behind Romney's South Carolina headquarters on Wednesday in advance of the Republican candidate's two-day swing through the state.

The bus drove down to South Carolina from New Hampshire, and will now head to Myrtle Beach on Thursday for the first stop of Romney's statewide tour, which will also include campaign stops in Charleston, Columbia, Greenville, Aiken and Newberry.

By the way: The Mitt Mobile has Iowa plates. Polk County, to be exact.

- CNN South Carolina Producer Peter Hamby

Filed under: Mitt Romney • South Carolina
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  1. David, Salinas, CA

    Mitt Romney is the Chameleon Candidate: he turns red in the red states and blue in the blue states.

    Look for him to sound like a hard-line conservative in South Carolina. But then compare his rhetoric to the things he said to get elected in liberal Massachusetts.

    Romney says whatever he thinks will please his audience. That’s why he’s flip-flopped on health care, abortion, gay rights, immigration, stem cells and who know what else. Governor Romney doesn’t believe in anything but his own ambition.

    September 3, 2007 02:59 pm at 2:59 pm |
  2. Ron Sutcliffe

    As far as people saying that the American people want a president who "...looks like the guy who works with them , not the guy who laid them off", (this being a case where the term "laid" is NOT GOOD), well I think Mitt is proving them wrong. YEAH, YOU GO, MITT! YOU TAKE OFF THOSE $1000 CUFFLINKS, ROLL UP THOSE FRENCH CUFFS, AND SHOW AMERICA YOU'RE JUST A REGULAR GUY!!!

    January 16, 2008 01:50 am at 1:50 am |