Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton along with her vice president candidate Tim Kaine began a bus campaign that will take them through regions of Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Bus has the slogan "Stronger Together" written on it and its been painted a bright, royal blue, CBS News reported.
"This is the part of the campaign I really like," Kaine said at a joint rally in Philadelphia.
"I don't like wearing a tie that much. I'd rather just go out and pound the pavement," the Virginia Senator added.
Over the course of three days, Clinton and Kaine will cover over 600 miles across Republican-leaning Western Pennsylvania and Eastern and Central Ohio, tailed by a second bus carrying staffers, their Secret Service details and three busloads of reporters and television producers.
As per campaign officials, it is these voters that could help carry Republican nominee Donald Trump and his vice president candidate Indiana Governor Mike Pence to victory in the November 8 elections.
"We're going to be visiting a few places where people are making things," Clinton said.
"I find it highly amusing that Donald Trump talks about 'Make America Great Again.' He doesn't make a thing in America -- except bankruptcies," CBS News quoted the former First Lady as saying.