(NBC) — Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have yet to reveal their vice presidential picks, but Barbie has.
For the first time since the Presidential Barbie was released in 1992, the doll has been paired with a vice presidential doll.
And it’s a woman. The dolls represent the first all-female ticket and are part of the Barbie brand’s careers line.
The dolls are sold in pairs and come in a variety of skin tones, face shapes, and hair colors.
The dollars are available for purchase online and are at retailers across the country.