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Ice Cream for President! at Udder Delights

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Unfortunately, ice cream can't run for president. But, from now until November 6, you can cast your vote by eating a scoop at Superstition Farm's ice cream shop. Head to Udder Delights to select one of two political flavors: Ba-Rocky Road or Mint Romney.

See also: - The Sweetness Ice Cream Shop Closed: Owner Says It's "Homeless," Still Has Ice Cream to Sell, Hooking Up With Johnny Cupcakes - The Gelato Spot Copies Stingray Sushi and Puts Up Presidential Campaign Signs Around Town, Owner Insists It's About Politics -- Not (Relatively) Cheap Advertising

These flavors originally appeared during the 2008 election, when ice cream tasters foresaw the future, choosing Mint Romney over John Candy Cane in a landslide victory. This year's election results will show just how clairvoyant those taste buds were -- during the last presidential race, the Republican Romney creamed the Democratic Ba-Rocky by nearly three scoops to two.

Note: Voting via ice cream is not recognized by the U.S. government.

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