Romney iPhone case (Courtesy of www.etsy.com/shop/icaseserasera)
Romney iPhone case: Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney joins the ranks of Han Solo and Yoda from "Star Wars" as well as Apple icon Steve Jobs with this image of him appearing to be "frozen" in an iPhone case. The stylish covers are becoming quite the trend.
What's in a name? Romney supporters waved these foam mitts, which are a fun take on his middle name and the name he goes by, at a campaign rally in St. Petersburg, Florida, in October.
Romney puppet (REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton)
Here's a way to have some fun at a campaign stop. A boy shows off his Romney hand puppet, made to look like the presidential candidate, at the Shelby County Fairgrounds in Sidney, Ohio, in October.
Romney thong (Courtesy www.cafepress.com)
For those who want to show their support but keep a lower profile, a thong with Mitt Romney and his running mate Paul Ryan's name on it could be a good option.
Romney cookies (Brian Snyder/Reuters)
Cookies are always a crowd pleaser, and in this case, they came with a message. Romney supporters chowed down on these cookies with icing that read "Mitt '12" at a rally with the former governor in Panama City, Florida, in January.
Romney dog shirt (Courtesy www.cafepress.com)
Man's best friend doesn't want to be left out – these custom doggie T-shirts keep the pooches looking stylish and show support for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.
Romney cheesehead (Darren Hauck/Newscom/Reuters)
A Wisconsin man wears the state's signature "cheesehead" hat with a Romney bumper sticker on it as he listens to the Republican presidential candidate speak during his Wisconsin and Maryland primary night rally in Milwaukee.
Romney Chia Pet (Chia Pet courtesy of Chia Pet®)
It didn't take long for Mitt Romney to be added to the list of Chia Pet collectibles. This Chia Romney has been a hot seller at stores like Sears and K-Mart.
Romney piggy bank
This Romney supporter holds onto a piggy bank with a message on it about the presidential candidate while waiting for him to arrive at a campaign rally at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Romney underwear (Courtesy www.cafepress.com)
These pretty pink boy briefs are custom-made for women who may want to show support for Mitt Romney in a more personal way. The undies also come with an authentic fly and cozy elastic waistband.
Romney mask (Darren Hauck/Newscom/Reuters)
A Mitt Romney mask is seen on a table before he addresses supporters at a fish-fry dinner at the American Serb Memorial Hall in Milwaukee last March.
Romney bobble head (Brian Snyder/Newscom/Reuters)
A supporter holds a bobble-head doll of Mitt Romney in a suit at a campaign rally last February in Elko, Nevada.
Romney key chain (Courtesy www.cafepress.com)
They say it's the little things that count, and this custom-made key chain could be one of them. The small keepsake shows a big amount of love for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.
Romney shirts (Rick Wilking/Newscom/Reuters)
A family shows off their support for Mitt Romney by sporting matching tie-dyed shirts at his Nevada caucus night rally in Las Vegas last February.