Political Dogs Show Off Their Halloween Costumes on Capitol Hill

Political Dogs Show Off Their Halloween Costumes on Capitol Hill

Pups dressed up as sharks, spiders and even people, took over the Dirksen Senate Office building in Washington Thursday, as part of the Capitol Hill’s annual Halloween pet parade called the BiPAWtisan Dog Costume Parade.

U.S. Senate staffers took a break from their busy jobs, with many bringing their own dogs to participate. While others, instead, paraded their boss’s dogs.

A few noteworthy costumes included Callie as Disney’s ‘Minnie Mouse,’ Tillie as a ‘Black Spider’, Jackie as former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Blue as the Wizard of Oz’s ‘Toto.’

“Senator Tillis just loves dogs and he likes to bring everyone together from both sides of the aisle to celebrate something we all love, and we all agree on is: puppies are cute and they’re so fun when they’re all dressed up,” said Lexie Hosier, a staffer at U.S. Senator Tom Tillis’ office.

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