Vote with your stomach this election season.

Presidential candidate-inspired treats are popping up in cookie and candy form. As the race for the White House heats up, with the first debate on Sept. 26, here’s how NYC stores are getting in the spirit.

Ample Hills

The ice cream shop known for its creative
The ice cream shop known for its creative concoctions released two election flavors ahead of the first debate. For Clinton, there's Madam President, made with "sugar and spice and women's rights" - which translates to chili pepper chocolate ice cream with chocolate chip cookies. For Trump, there's Make America Orange Again - orange marshmallow ice cream with brownie "bricks." The flavors are available at all shops and for shipping nationwide. $40/four-pack, multiple locations; amplehills.com (Credit: Ample Hills)

Eleni’s

The New York bakery's election-themed cookies have been
The New York bakery's election-themed cookies have been popular birthday and gag gifts since launching last month. A bipartisan affair, Eleni's offers several hand-iced cookie options for the electorate. The playing card cookies feature either a photorealistic image of Clinton's face on a Queen of Democrats card or Trump's face on a King of Republicans. Or really show your support with the Democratic Decision or Republican Decision 18-cookie sets, which feature an election button, American flag, stars and, depending on the party, donkey and Clinton cookies or elephant and Trump cookies. $8.95/playing card cookie, $65.95 cookie set; Chelsea Market, 75 Ninth Ave., 718-606-7995, elenis.com (Credit: Eleni’s)

It’Sugar

Beyond traditional sweets, the candy store is all
Beyond traditional sweets, the candy store is all about the gag -- from blue offerings like "flinging poo" to bachelorette-friendly fare like a giant chocolate man. So it's no surprise it's getting in on the election season with some new candidate-inspired candy. Its Trump or Treat and Happy Hilloween boxes are just your typical candy pumpkin and candy corn in election-themed packaging, but the Donald Trump giant lollipop plays on that famous head of hair with carrot cake-flavored candy in the shape of his mane on a stick. $5.99; multiple locations, itsugar.com (Credit: It’Sugar)

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Cupcake Market

Owner Sarah Silverman (not that Sarah Silverman) thought
Owner Sarah Silverman (not that Sarah Silverman) thought her East Village bakery would be known for its cupcakes (hence the name). But since opening in April, her cookies have put her on the map. The labor-intensive sugar cookies are decorated with royal icing in the likeness of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clintons and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump (a cookie of former Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders was also in the mix at one time). The bakery expects to ramp up production of the political cookies as the election nears. For now, its other face cookies -- Kanye West and Kim Kardashian -- are drawing lines out the door. "They're even bigger than the political cookies -- they've been selling like crazy," Silverman said. "It's become an Instagram trend." $12/cookie; 74 E. Seventh St., 646-861-1274, cupcakemarketnyc.com (Credit: Cupcake Market)