New York City's first couple believes in putting their Halloween costumes where their mouths are.
When Bill de Blasio was elected mayor in 2013, he vowed to fight against inequality.
De Blasio and his wife Chirlane McCray couldn't have chosen costumes more suitable for that progressive narrative than the ensembles they wore for their annual Halloween bash at Gracie Mansion this past weekend.
Sporting a newsboy cap and a protest sign calling for a "living wage," the mayor welcomed 5,000 guests to his Yorkville home dressed as a labor organizer.
McCray dressed up as a suffragette, wearing a sash that read "Votes for Women."
A video the First Lady posted to Twitter shows children roaming the mansion grounds as Ghostbusters, dinosaurs, Trolls, astronauts and kangaroos.