Skip to content

Forget polls. Political T-shirt sales might tell it all

Click thumbnail for high-resolution image

Moran-PoliticalMerchandise-031008-4.jpg

These politically themed mints are sold at E.A.T. Gifts, a gift store on the Upper East Side in Manhattan, N.Y. (Photo by Karsten Moran)

Moran-PoliticalMerchandise-031008-1.jpg

"Smush Bush" stress balls hang for sale in Alice's Tea Cup, a tea room and gift shop in Manhattan, N.Y. (Photo by Karsten Moran)

obama.jpg

Barack Obama T-shirts, like this one designed by T-Shirt Journal, are bestsellers on CafePress.com. (Courtesy of CafePress.com)

clinton.jpg

A Hilary Clinton T-shirt, designed by Bill-for-First-Lady.com, is sold on CafePress.com. (Courtesy of CafePress.com)

mccain.jpg

A John McCain T-shirt, designed by Good Guys for Bush, is sold by CafePress.com. (Courtesy of CafePress.com)

Click for text-only story

This hot election season, political merchandise is flying off the Internet, leaving some merchants to place bets on a winner based on which T-shirts are selling best.


back