By Erika Riggs
After months of hitting the campaign trail, Republican candidates hoping to win their party’s nomination for the 2012 presidential election have been spending most of their time in planes, trains and automobiles. Home, sweet, home has been a dizzying series of hotel rooms.
But out there somewhere, each of these politicians actually does have a domestic domicile where there are no corn dogs to eat, no stranger’s babies to hold and no stray swarms of supporters to glad-hand.
As the GOP primary season cranks into high gear, we’re taking a look at the homes these candidates want to trade in for the big white one at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington. D.C.