11 Republican Presidential Candidates As Represented by Sandwiches
Open-Faced Ham Sandwich:
There's no bread covering up what's inside this sandwich, which can be a refreshing option to have on the menu. While some people think it comes with a little too much ham for their taste, a surprising number of folks would still consider ordering this one.
The Leftovers Sandwich:
It's practical and filling, but in the end, it's made up of ingredients from meals we've already had.
Grilled Cheese Sandwich:
Popular plain folks' fare featuring Wisconsin's pride front and center. Also, and most important, an actual sandwich.
Don't you dare discredit this sandwich for having a different exterior. Inside it's still red-blooded American beef. Unfotunately, people only started taking this kind of burger seriously a few years ago.
The Cubano is a classic, well-liked sandwich with bold flavor, but just make sure the pickles within aren't too sour. That can turn people off.
Southern through and through, the Chik-Fil-A is pretty popular everywhere, but behind this sandwich is a core set of beliefs some voters can't stomach.
Smoked Meat Sandwich:
It has a certain overstuffed appeal but isn't known to work particularly well with anything else on the plate. Also originally from Canada.
Ice Cream Sandwich:
You have to stretch a bit to consider this one a viable sandwich. It's definitely something to indulge in during the primaries, but not a likely main course.
Big and hearty with a warm, bread-y exterior, a cheese calzone is full of potential (even if a little bland).
The Polish Boy Sandwich:
Impressive sandwich credentials—sausage, French fries, hot sauce, coleslaw—but much like the governor, you have almost certainly never heard of it unless you are from Ohio.
Cold Cut Platter:
Because every ingredient should independently govern itself.