RANKED: The best and most ridiculous 404 error pages on presidential campaign websites
Tucked away in Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-Texas) revamped website, launched Wednesday, is a fresh 404 page that features the Republican presidential candidate cooking bacon with a machine gun.
AP Photo/Susan Walsh
That may seem a tad unusual, but it's become commonplace this campaign season for candidates to put together priceless 404 error pages for when users try to go to a URL that doesn't exist.
Some candidates, including GOP front-runner Donald Trump and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, haven't joined the trend.
But almost all of the other candidates have attempted to put together amusing 404 pages - and here they are, ranked from worst to best.
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