With Halloween coming up, Americans are turning to pumpkin carving, costume wearing and trick-or-treating. Surely, you're wondering just how the 2016 presidential candidates will be celebrating the spooky holiday.
Perhaps not. But several candidates took to social media this week to promote Halloween activities while on the campaign trail. You can dress up as a younger Hillary Clinton, or carve yourself a Rand Paul pumpkin. Let's take a look:
The campaign of Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) created Rand pumpkin stencils so you can carve a silhouette of the candidate himself or of his campaign's torch logo. Even your pumpkins can "Stand With Rand."
The retired neurosurgeon is selling "Dr. Ben Carson scrubs" in his campaign store, promising supporters a "perfect Halloween costume."
Hillary Clinton's campaign released five Halloween costumes that you can make yourself, commemorating various phases of the Democratic presidential hopeful's life: Park Ridge Hillary, Hipster Hillary, Cold-shoulder Hillary, Women’s Rights Hillary and "Texts from Hillary" Hillary.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) took to social media to ask his supporters how they are supporting his campaign.
At least one candidate doesn't seem to enjoy costumes that much. Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Penn.) wrote on Facebook that his children dressed up Darcy, the family's pet dog, as a pumpkin. "Both her and I weren't huge fans of the whole costume thing," he wrote.
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