The bus that carries people from the Mitt Romney campaign is just a tiny luxury to the humongous work that the campaign people do. However the reporters themselves are not subjected to any such luxury. As many would say it is a job of hurry up and wait for canine security checks and long stretches between stops.
Paul Kostyu, reporter of Cincinnati Enquirer said, “Any time any of the candidates has been in Ohio, there is where I have been.” The job can switch from calm to chaos at any moment like the surprise shopping trip for the Vice Presidential candidate Paul Rayan as he picked up a hunting costume for his daughter. Reporters sniff out every detail. However daunting might it sound, the reporters assigned for the jobs are quite used to it.
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