Hillary Clinton is coming to a keyboard near you.
Mobile messaging marketing firm Snaps released Text With Hill, an emoji keyboard chock-full of cartoon images and GIFs of the Democratic presidential candidate. Supporters can send stickers asking their colleagues to "get your pantsuit on" or proclaim "I can't I'm busy breaking glass ceilings." Of course, there's the requisite image of Hillary chatting on a cellphone and changing into various colors of pantsuits.
"After going to Hillary's first few rallies, one of the things that jumped out at me was her need to reach the millennial demographic," said Snaps founder and Clinton supporter Vivian Rosenthal. "She skews female, but she doesn't skew young. Obama did a great job of using Facebook, but now the numbers show that younger demographics are spending the majority of time on messaging apps."
While Clinton's campaign did not commission or have any involvement in the creation of the Hillary-branded emojis, Rosenthal met with her digital team and offered her product as a pro-bono service.
The Clinton campaign declined to comment on the Snaps emojis. However, her team in the past has tried various social and digital media techniques to reach younger voters, and it got some negative backlash in August when it asked Twitter users to tweet about the college debt crisis using emojis.