Are you "feeling the Bern" on Bumble?
The popular dating app, where ladies make the move by messaging matches first, has launched a new way to vet your dating candidates... by seeing a potential partner's preferred presidential candidate.
Bumble is now offering political filters so users can see who someone is voting for, before they swipe yay or nay on their possible future honey.
The election-themed filter pack lets you overlay your profile picture with filters for Democratic or Republican candidates, or some hilarious alternates.
Voting Democratic on your ballot?
Bumble's on it:
Of course, you can proclaim your GOP allegiances too, if you're supporting a Republican candidate:
Need some more options? There are also filters like "Pizza for President," "Underwood for President," and "#Kanye2020."
Whether you pick someone with the same ideals, or reach across party lines for some fun, late-night debates, this is just another way to get a sense of a person—beyond the profile pics and bio.
Bumble doesn't just help when it comes to finding dates, they now have a friendship mode (BumbleBFF) too, so you can find your bestie to grab brunch with after casting your primary ballot.
The app reports they'll be releasing more filter packs in the future "based on furthering expression of the user and timely events."
Can we get some filters to show support next time a celeb starts a Twitter feud?
We think that's the best way to find some hubby material.