KENWOOD, Ohio (CNN/WLWT) - Although Election Day is weeks away, some cookie lovers are casting their votes early.
At Busken's, Poll By Cookie is under way and every sweet tooth in town is picking their presidential candidate by buying cookies.
Cookies with President Barack Obama and GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney's faces are on sale for $2.25 a piece, and the votes continue to roll in.
The bakery sold more than 20,000 cookies during the 2008 presidential campaign.
Those who can't get to the Cincinnati area to cast their votes can purchase the presidential cookies online for the first time this year.
Online: Busken's homepage
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