Another group that Clinton and Trump seem to agree on is for infrastructure. Usually in a presidential election Democrats want to invest heavily in infrastructure spending, and Republicans want to hold back to cut down the deficit.
That isn't the case with Trump and Clinton.
Trump has said he wants to invest in transportation, clean water, a modern electrical grid and telecommunications and security infrastructure.
Clinton has said that she wants to repair and expand roads and bridges, build world-class airports and modernize the airspace system, as well as public transportation, better energy infrastructure.
That means regardless of who wins, Cramer expects a major surge in infrastructure spending. He recommended Vulcan Materials and Martin Marietta Materials.
Looking back in history, politics has been rich with events that rocked both the world and the stock market. For Cramer, they all represented a buying opportunity. Some events were even the investment of a lifetime for him.
"They are reminders that when the nation faced systematic economic collapse, political insurrection, instability at the White House and military defeat at the hands of axis powers — there were opportunities to make money," Cramer said.
The secret to Cramer's sauce? At each crucial point, he figured out where the bull market was, in both stocks and bonds. The only exception was in 2008 when he pounded the table for investors to get into cash. He told them to buy it all back when the market bottomed in 2009.
Watergate is also widely regarded as one of the worst Presidential crises of the 20th century. The Dow plummeted to 773 when President Nixon resigned in August of 1974, from 989 points in June of 1973. It ultimately landed at 576 in the first seven months that President Ford took over, but then it bounced back sharply.
That was also a buying opportunity, Cramer said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Ollie's Bargain Outlet: "This has been the best retailer out there ... You've got a winner!"
Kite Pharma: "You're going pure speculative. You get a big sweep and you get the House and the Senate going with Hillary, and then it's a no-go. You've got to be careful there."