Mitt Romney isn’t the only candidate on the campaign trail with a large family—after all, Ron Paul boasts five kids, in addition to the 4,000 babies he delivered—but the GOP contender’s clan may take the prize for most picture-perfect. The family’s Christmas card shows all 28 attractive members, including 16 grandchildren sporting matching outfits: blue-gingham shirts for the boys, orange polka-dot dresses for the girls. Mitt’s five sons, all practicing Mormons who range in age from 33 to 41, played a starring role in his last presidential campaign, blogging from the trail and driving an RV dubbed the “Mitt Mobile” to all 99 counties in Iowa. They’ve been even more omnipresent this time around, boosting Romney’s “family man” clout. Romney’s wife, Ann, has also played a crucial role on the trail in recent months. Meet the Republican presidential frontrunner’s biggest supporters, plus see photos of the Romneys in action.