Still need to find a present for the political junkie in your life? Want to get your loved ones something more interesting than the annual White House ornament? Keep in mind that it's the last holiday season before the 2016 election, and your last Christmas to gift any campaign-related memorabilia. These 2016 gift ideas are sure to please everyone from your Trump-loving uncle to your Bernie-bro cousin. Happy shopping!
Jeb Bush Bath Mat
Memory foam, and available in three different sizes.
2016 Men Who Bern Calendar
While the maker of the calendar has no official affiliation with the Bernie Sanders camp, part of the proceeds will go towards helping the campaign operations in New York state. For $20, you get 12 months of the most attractive Bernie supporters the USA has to offer.
Hillary Clinton Nutcracker
Traditional, yet progressive.
Chris Christie Pouf
This would look great in your living room!
Ben Carson Children's Book
Inspire your nephew with the story of Ben Carson, "a boy who went from 'class dummy' to brilliant pediatric neurosurgeon."
Ted Cruz Pajamas
Snuggle up with a Ted Cruz pajama set, only $49.99.
Martin O'Malley Flask—on a necklace
Chances are the O'Malley fans in your life are in need of a drink.
A discreet way for the Donald Trump fans you know to voice their support.
Trump Toilet Paper
Know they're into politics, but not sure if they're a fan of Trump? This one could go either way.
Rand Paul Filibuster Starter Pack
From the Paul campaign store, you get a T-shirt, bumper sticker, and spy blocker in this set.
Carly Fiorina Throw Pillow
To go with any decor you might already have.
Bernie Sanders Earrings
Not a Bernie fan? These earrings are also available in Clinton, Cruz, Trump, and Reagan.
Marco Rubio Wrapping Paper
And finally, whatever the gift may be, give it a Rubio twist with this glossy wrapping paper.
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Rebecca Velez is the operations coordinator at National Journal, and executive producer of the TwentySixteen podcast. She has previously worked as a paralegal at Proskauer Rose LLP. Rebecca graduated with degrees in English and Philosophy from Cornell University, where she was a staff writer for the Daily Sun.