Obama campaign a $30 dollar donation and spread the pins among your friends or keep them all for yourself.
Presidential Pets Museum, dedicated to the pets that have had the chance to call the White House their home.
The other pin which will probably be very popular is the Michelle Obama button. It has a good look to it, and is sure to be popular with fans of the First Lady. There is also a niche within the political collector sphere about items pertaining to the First Lady's or Significant Others to the President. A National First Ladies' Library exists to help you in your quest to better understand these influential ladies of American history.
All these pins have union bugs on the face, and a number indicating which item they are from the Obama Store on the curl.
I have yet to order any Romney, Paul, Perry, Huntsman, Johnson, Anderson, Stein, Karger or any other candidate yet. I did place an order for the three pins being offered by the Gingrich campaign. So far the Obama campaign is about the only campaign doing any serious deals.
The designs seem on par with many of the 2008 designs. If you have recently visited the website they have a new "Runway to Win" section with higher end designer items. I really like the design of this Jason Wu t-shirt.
If you are looking for interesting campaign items designed by grassroots supporters and independent designers you should always check out Cafe Press and Zazzle. Many organizations that support the various presidential campaigns use these as their campaign stores now.
As usual you can find out more about the hobby of political collecting at the American Political Item Collectors and/or the social network made specifically for the political junkie Politicalcollectors.com