Rep. Alan Nunnelee (R-Miss.) showed off his grandchildren on Twitter Thursday, writing that they showed off their "Republican spirit" through their costumes on Halloween.
My grandkids, Thomas and Harper, getting in the Republican spirit for Halloween in their elephant costumes! twitter.com/RepAlanNunnele…— Alan Nunnelee (@RepAlanNunnelee) November 1, 2012
Nunnelee's fellow Republican Rep. Todd Rokita (Ind.) also tweeted that his kids chose animal garb for trick-or-treating. The Rokitas' two boys dressed like cows.
Happy Halloween from Kathy, Ryan, Teddy, and me! Here's a photo of the boys in their cow costumes: twitter.com/ToddRokita/sta…— Todd Rokita (@ToddRokita) November 1, 2012
But even if not all the costumes were bipartisan, Republicans weren't the only ones dressing up for Halloween.
Sen. John KerryJohn KerryPeace equality and stability for religious minorities Kerry hopes to salvage frayed Syrian peace Dems want oversight after 4 arrested for Honduran activist’s murder MORE (D-Mass.) picked up some last-minute pumpkins for his front porch on Wednesday night, and Reps. Gerry ConnollyGerry ConnollyOvernight Regulation: DHS pushed to lift employee morale Metro officials clash with lawmakers over funding, safety Clinton-Trump would be the oldest White House match-up in history MORE (D-Va.) and Niki Tsongas (D-Mass.) both handed out treats to trick-or-treaters.
My last minute pumpkin carving/ just in time for tick-or-treaters. Happy Halloween Boston! yfrog.com/hwoo9jej— John Kerry (@JohnKerry) October 31, 2012
Princesses, goblins, witches and supermen descended on us tonight. Happy Halloween, and please be safe— Gerry Connolly (@GerryConnolly) October 31, 2012