Time to Party

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As the race to the White House heats up, people can show their support with an array of party products for the home. Whether they are person-specific, party-specific or more generally based on the American flag and colors, these items cover both sides of the aisle.--Andrea Lillo

 

Paragon

The Allegiance textured plaque from Paragon allows you to display the stars and stripes indoors or out. It measures 29 by 41 inches. paragonpg.com

Peking Handicraft

Available in three donkey and elephant styles representing the two political parties, these decorative pillows from Peking Handicraft will last through several presidential elections. pkhc.com

Zazzle

Online retailer and manufacturer Zazzle offers tens of thousands of products supporting--or dissing--both presidential candidates, including these melamine plates. zazzle.com

Royal Bobbles

Keep your candidate close with these bobbleheads from Royal Bobbles, which offers figures of Barack Obama, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan--sorry, no Joe Biden available. royalbobbles.com

The Rug Market America

The Rug Market sticks to a bi-partisan message, using the American flag as the basis for the design Wavin Flag, made of recycled polyester. therugmarket.com

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