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2008 US Presidential Election T-Shirts Review

Whether you're old enough to vote or not, show your support for America's upcoming presidential election with a wide range of vote T-shirts! Check out Kidzworld's top picks.

American Eagle Outffiters

Declare Yourself tee. American Eagle Outfitters wants you to declare yourself by wearing a Declare Yourself tee! This simple shirt sends out a strong message to register and vote at this year's election. Made of soft cotton, they come in two color options - a white tee with black writing, or a black tee with white writing. Pick one up for $15.50 US.




Alloy

Obama and McCain tees. Take your pick from these two T-shirts by Alloy. You can tell your friends to either "Save the Drama for Obama" or "Vote McCain"! They're now on sale for $19 US.




Urban Outfitters

Vote Democrat tee. Show your support for the Democratic party with this "Vote Democrat 2008" T-shirt in heather grey. Exclusive to Urban Outfitters and made in the good ol' US of A, it was regularly $28, but is now on sale for only $9.99 US!



American Joe Apparel

Joe Says Vote tees. America Joe Apparel is encouraging young people to hit the polls with their new "Joe Says Vote" T-shirts. The American-made apparel features two designs with the same message - Joe Says Vote. For Peace. For Victory. They're available for purchase at www.americanjoeapparel.com.





Forever 21

Vote tote. Forever 21 offers up a great selection of accessories, including this vote tote bag. The patriotic-colored canvas tote features a simple "VOTE" graphic print. Retailing for only $10.90 US, you should definitely add it to your bag collection!






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