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From Schlumpy Sanders To ‘Sexy’ Trump, Here Are The Best Tips For Presidential Halloween Costumes

It's takes a bit more than a pantsuit and scrunchie to become Hillary.

Oh, what we wouldn't give to see a picture of Hillary Clinton as Jack Sparrow, or Donald Trump in a Emperor Palpatine hooded cape.

But, because running for president is a very serious endeavor, it's pretty unlikely you'll catch any of the 21 candidates dressing up like Kim Davis or Rachel Dolezal this October.

Which means it's up to you, America, to dress up as your favorite potential next commander-in-chief. In case you need help, we offer you the 10 best Halloween costumes for the political junkie in your life:

  1. Donald Trump
    Yandy.com

    Proving once again that just because you put "sexy" in front of the "Donna T. Rumpshaker" costume that doesn't mean it's a thing.

  2. Rand Paul
    Facebook/Rand Paul Swag

    No longer officially on sale, but you can find (slightly) used ones on eBay.

  3. Hillary Clinton
    SheFinds.com

    Inspired by this pic, just pull together a pantsuit, scrunchie, phone, mask, sunglasses and a pearl necklace, and you're good to go.

  4. Carly Fiorina
    Amazon Fashion

    Pair it with this wig and the former Hewlett Packard  boss' signature take-no-prisoners stare and you're solid.

  5. Marco Rubio
    Mark Wilson Getty Images News

    Simple: Suit, red tie, bottle of water. Because this.

  6. Bernie Sanders
    eBay

    Sadly, there isn't an official costume yet to Feel the Bern, but you can always grab this wig, pair it with these glasses and a rumpled suit and you're off!

  7. Lincoln Chaffee, Lawrence Lessig, Martin O'malley And Jim Webb
    Blockbustercostumes.com

    Sorry for the nightmare fuel, but which Democratic candidate is which?

  8. Chris Christie
    Halloween Express
  9. Ted Cruz
    Oriental Trading Co.

    Bustle suggested this Grandpa Munster mask for the Texas Senator. We think that's just mean. Funny, but mean.

  10. Mike Huckabee
    Youtube

    You can't make this up. In 2010, the former Arkansas Gov. dressed up as a Cher puppet as part of Las Vegas puppeteer Terry Fator's show. Your friends will never guess this one.