The GOT Party Have Game of Thrones' Fans Reeling Over Election Campaign Fun, Plus Latest Updates For GOT Season 7

Game of Thrones fans are anxiously scouring the online world for clues as to the whereabouts of its top characters. However, in light of the GOP election campaigns, HBO also had its own version of a mock campaign with comic proportions.

So, let's see: there are but 4 parties to choose from on the theme of "Who Gets To Sit On The Iron Throne?" when Game of Thrones season 7 returns next year, according to Digital Spy. The videos are mini-campaigns supposedly rallying the famed series' fans to cast their votes for the Iron Throne king or queen.

As far as any Game of Thrones viewer is concerned, it's surprising to note that Peter Baelish (Littlefinger)/Lady Sansa Stark is taking the lead against fellow runners: "White Wolf" Jon Snow/feisty Lady Lyanna Mormont, "Mother of Dragons" Daenerys Targaryen/Wise Counsel Tyrion Lannister, and "Queen Mother" Cersei Lannister/sly Qiburn. With Littlefinger's cunning and manipulative craftiness, there's a possibility he could win the GOT race (hypothetically speaking).

In a related Inquisitr post, each of the vying party's video campaigns feature snippets of unforgettable one-liners from a particular episode in the seasons' series. Predictable as it is, Cersei doesn't seem lucky enough to gather votes as she just has accumulated 2% out of millions of Game of Thrones viewers. Quite contrary to the fact that the finale for Game of Thrones season 6 saw her seated on the Iron Throne. HBO also stated that Game of Thrones fans can still cast their votes until September 1st, and can do so vote daily as well.

With varied platforms to promote a divine world for everyone, each of the Game of Thrones campaigns also outlined the candidate pairs strengths and weaknesses. However, long-time followers of the show would not have a hard time choosing who feels right to claim the Iron Throne. Let's wait and see when Game of Thrones returns to TV screens with season 7 to start airing by mid-2017.

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