Presidential candidates are stumping across the United States leading up to November 6th.
And now you can cast your vote early inside a costume shop!
Halloween stores are popping up all over town.
And as with any election year, political masks are a huge hit with customers.
At the 13th Ward: Halloween Super Store, they have President Obama and Mitt Romney masks.
In fact, Romney masks almost sold out over the weekend.
Worker Tracy Campbell says, "The political masks are always a big deal, but when it's a presidential election year, it's an even bigger deal. So you're going to see a whole bunch of people dressed up in their suits being Obama and Romney supporting their candidate."
And some other popular costumes this year?
Zombies and super heroes, like Batman and the Avengers.
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