The 'Wynnebago,' and other campaign bus nicknames

Journalists with hours to kill between stops along the campaign trail have already started to suggest nicknames for each party leader's bus.

Journalists with time between campaign stops make up names for each party leader's bus

Andrea Horwath's campaign bus. Journalists are kicking around nicknames, but Easy Rider appears to be an early contender. It's an apparent reference to the quality of food served. (CBC)

Journalists with hours to kill between stops along the campaign trail have already started to suggest nicknames for each party leader's bus.

Reporters are referring to Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne's campaign bus as the "Wynnebago."

As for Progressive Leader Tim Hudak, some are leaning toward "Dodge Caravan," an apparent tongue-in-cheek reference to the way he answers — or chooses to not answer — journalists' questions.

Hudak happened to be riding with the reporters when they agreed that Dodge Caravan just might stick. After a loud groan, he offered to take two more questions each day but joked the answers would still be "one million jobs."

As for NDP Leader Andrea Horwath, "Easy Rider" appears to be the early leader because of the quality of food served.