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Toms, the footwear brand that donates a pair of shoes to a child in need for every pair purchased, has released their own election numbers. The company is selling three different politically-themed canvas pairs—Republican, Democrat and a "Split" style where one shoe leans left while the other leans right (pictured). Of those sold, 43.95% have been Democrat, 29.14% have been Republican and 26.91% have been Split. Not that you can take shoe sales as an indicator of how the nation will vote or anything. [RackedWire]