Hillary Clinton‘s campaign plane is pulling one last job before calling it quits — a paint job.
The bird is getting an overhaul at Dean Baldwin Aircraft Painting in Roswell, NM. Hillary’s campaign was leasing the 14-year-old 737, and it’s unclear what kind of service it’s going into next … but we’re sure HRC’s logo won’t be needed.
The jet will be remembered for not making enough stops in Iowa, Michigan or Wisconsin. However, it did have a good run in Ohio … after the campaign. The University of Dayton men’s basketball team reportedly used it to fly to an away game a week after the election.