If it's Halloween, it's time for politicians to include ghosts and goblins and ghouls in their rhetoric. It's an ageless formula for campaign season: The calendar nears October 31 and out come all manner of menacing metaphors, mentions of masks and costumes, and a cacophony of cringeworthy Halloween language.
What have been the scariest Halloween mentions in politics? What have been the silliest? And which Senate candidate said in an ad: "I'm not a witch"?
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