President Obama isn't the only politician vacationing in Hawaii this Christmas.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R), a possible 2012 rival for the president, is also spending the holidays in the Aloha State.
Romney and his wife, Ann, are on a two-week break with their five sons, five daughters-in-law and 15 grandchildren, according to the Boston Globe.
The Romney clan is on Maui while Obama heads to Oahu on Wednesday night to catch up with his wife and daughters, who left on Saturday.
In 2007, Romney used a holiday trip to Utah to speak with his family about a 2008 presidential candidacy; a Romney spokesman tells the Globe that "there will likely be family discussions this year, but Romney will not announce whether he'll run again until the spring."