Sep 22, 2016 1:39 PM
LINCOLN — Cornstalk critters are back once again at the Hobo Railroad with an exhibit called "Scarecrows of the Oval Office."
This is the Railroad's third year showcasing the critters, which will be on display every day until 3 p.m. at no charge, according to the Union Leader.
Some of the Oval Office scarecrows are George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy and family, Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan.
Both major party presidential candidates are also on display with the pseudonyms Celery Clinton and Donald Stump.
Visitors can vote for the Clinton or Trump critters for president through Oct. 16, at which time Hobo Railroad will announce a winner.
"It's low-tech fun," said Hobo Railroad's director of marketing and business development, Paul Giblin.
All of the critters are a part of the Railroad's "Harvest Time Express" celebration, which happens yearly.
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