Whether you go bonkers for Barry or McCain’s your main man, it’s easy to show your primary colors with election inspired gear. From "weepublican" one-sies to "Mamas for Obama" tees — check out some of our favorite ways for people and pets to rock their wardrobes, and the vote.

Pooch Politics

Chances are social security reform isn’t exactly at the top of Sparky’s mind. But pups are still making their bark count with Ruff Ruff and Meow’s line of politically fashionable pet apparel. On neighborhood strolls, your little guy can "Bark for Obama" or declare that "Mac is Back" with adorable designs you’ll want to wear too. Check out their website for hair accessories, tees & tanks, wristbands, bandanas and even a delectable doggie bakery.

Baby Talk

Even though the presidential debates were on TV way past their bedtime—kids of all ages got into the action this election season with clothing from Baby Politico. Their one-pieces and tees for politically savvy kids are 100% cotton and 100% sweat-shop free. And, a portion of all profits are donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters. Shirts that say "I’m too young to vote…what’s your excuse?" help remind "grown-ups" to hit the polls Nov. 4th. Thanks kiddo.

I Only Date Republicans

Hollywood A-listers love to parade their pick for prez around town, and so can you with graphic tees from Urban Outfitters. These super-soft shirts help you speak your mind and might even score you some dinner plans.

Red, White and Bling

Show you’re proud to be an American with the WEAR YOUR MUSIC AMERICA limited edition bracelet made from authentic guitar strings. 100% of net profits go to Headcount, a non-partisan organization that uses the power of music to enable voter registration and participation in democracy. Still undecided? This rockin’ wristlet let’s you be patriotic – no strings attached (kinda).

• The McCain and Obama campaign websites have online stores so you can stock up on t-shirts, pins, hats, even customized golf balls and umbrellas from your favorite candidate.

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