The presidential election became even scarier in Key West, Florida as the city's annual pre-Halloween masquerade took a bipartisan approach to Halloween. Mana Rabiee reports.
The annual pre-Halloween masquerade march in Key West, Florida took on an election theme this year... With hundreds of marchers taking a bipartisan approach to their costumes. "Political Voodoo & Ballot Box Barbarians" was the name of this year's march. Plenty of Uncle Sams, and of course presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Some of the standouts? Trump University students in their graduation caps and gowns... ... plus Trump's controversial wall along the Mexican border.... It's not a Halloween parade without the traditional ghouls and goblins. The masquerade march was a scene setter to the town's over the top grand parade, which was expected to draw some sixty-thousand revelers this weekend.