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HOH asked readers for their favorite holiday office display

An entire hallway in Cannon is a winter wonderland. (Alex Gangitano/ CQ Roll Call)
An entire hallway in Cannon is a winter wonderland. (Alex Gangitano/ CQ Roll Call)

The fourth floor of the Cannon House Office Building has seen some spirited competition this week. 

Six members have decorated their doors for the holidays, aiming to outdo one another with trees, wreaths and lights.

Oh, and don’t forget the inflatable pigs and bottles of Cheerwine.

HOH asked readers to vote on Twitter for which office had the best decorations Thursday. Here are the results.

1st place: Rep. Neal Dunn

The Florida Republican put up an inflatable tree and a Rudolph draped with lights. Next to his door, a signpost points the way from the North Pole to Tallahassee, Panama City and Lake City, Florida.

2nd place: Rep. Charlie Crist

The Florida Democrat stayed true to his state with a palm tree and a flamingo wearing a Santa hat. He also displayed a menorah.

[Inside Debbie Dingell’s Festive Office]

3rd place: Rep. David Rouzer

The North Carolina Republican kept it simple. His choice? A pink pig decked out in snowflakes, a Santa hat and a name tag reading “Chris P. Bacon.” 

4th place: Rep. Richard Hudson

The North Carolina Republican hung patriotic red and blue lights on his door, along with a wreath featuring a bag of North Carolina peanuts, a NASCAR car, a Krispy Kreme delivery truck and an empty bottle of Cheerwine soda.

[Christmas Card Features Rick Crawford as Clark Griswold]

Tied for 5th place: Reps. Garrett Graves & Earl L. “Buddy” Carter

The Louisiana Republican decorated with a fake winter bonfire, known as a feu de joie, a tradition brought to South Louisiana by French, Spanish and Germans settlers. He got creative with his Christmas tree, which features an alligator, a fisherman’s boot and newspaper clippings from when New Orleans beat D.C. and Louisiana State University beat Alabama in football.

The Georgia Republican chose simple and classic decorations, including white lights hanging around his door and a wreath sporting a bow, acorns and red balls.

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