We photoshopped the 2016 candidates into 90s yearbook photos

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With Iowa and New Hampshire behind us and no true frontrunner in sight, the 2016 presidential race is really starting to kick into high gear.

We've already lost Chris Christie and Carly Fiorina after their disappointing primary results. And just this Friday Jim Gilmore decided to throw in the towel. So what better time than now to memorialize the candidates we still have around. Let's hear it for the class of 2016 -- or what's left of it.

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We photoshopped the 2016 candidates into 90s yearbook photos

Lasers, the way to any millennial's heart.

Image: Getty, Mashable composite

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Just a Brooklyn kid trying to make it in the big leagues.

Image: U.S. Senate, Mashable composite

Maybe he'll hang this among the shrines to himself throughout his home.

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Image: U.S. Senate, Mashable composite
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Fun fact: A man with a boot on his head got more votes than Jim Gilmore in the New Hampshire primary. We never did solve the mystery of why Gilmore is carrying a single white rose tho. We'll miss you, Jim.

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