Sparks, Nev. - One day before President Obama flies into town, Governor Mitt Romney's campaign bus pulls in.
Parked in front of M&M's Fish and Chicken Express on Prater Way Monday, Mitt Romney's campaign bus was open for the public to see.
The stop was part of a nine day tour across Nevada. Throughout the tour the bus has stopped in more than fifteen towns and cities.
"This bus tour basically attracts people and hopefully gets them to sign up and knock on doors, and make phone calls for us," Chairman of the Washoe County Republican Party, Dave Buell, said.
Inside the bus, granite counter and table tables line the walls. Flat screen TVs in both the front and back of the bus hang on the walls. Plus pictures of Romney at other campaign stops hang next to slogans they have adopted.
With Nevada as a swing state, both Gov. Romney and President Obama have been making more frequent appearances, and an important record tells us why.
"Nevada has only picked the wrong president once since 1912," Buell said.
Romney's campaign bus will stay in town another day, as the President will be here Tuesday to discuss his plans for the country's economic future.
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