RonPaul2012.com

Everyone has a favorite political candidate, and some proudly display their support on products from t-shirts to mousepads. According to online retailer CafePress, the current leader in logo product sales is Ron Paul by a landslide, with 56% of the total logo gear sales to date for the 2012 election. Here are eight products you can buy right now from each of the major political candidates.

Ron Paul cookbook
RonPaul2012.com

Eat like Ron Paul eats. He's a doctor, so these are probably healthy recipes.

See it here.

Mitt Romney baby onesie
Mittromney.com

Babies aren't allowed to vote. But maybe when Tagg or Matt run for office in 20 years the brand will stick.

See it here.

Jon Huntsman T-Shirt
Jon2012.com

Giant H on one side, giant QR code on the other. People may be pointing their iphones at you, but at least they'll be behind you.

See it here.

Newt Gingrich pet bandana
Newt.org

Cover your pet in this gear from Gingrich. Especially appropriate if you have a pet newt.

See it here.

Obama cutting board
Barackobama.com

President Obama might improve his support among conservatives if he chopped more from the government budget deficit.

See it here.

Rocky Anderson magnet
Voterocky.org

Rocky Anderson is running for president. He might want to find a better cartoonist.

See it here.

Roll of 100 Rick Perry lapel stickers
Rickperry.org

You'll be able to wear one of these every day for the next three and a half months.

See it here.

Rick Santorum vest
Ricksantorum.com

Own the vest that made Iowa proud.

See it here.