Jesus, Pop-Tarts, former presidents among write-in candidates in Gwinnett

Nearly 100 people wrote in Jesus Christ (in various forms), 25 people wrote-in God and one person wrote in Holy Spirit as their choice for president. 

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. — Hundreds of voters in Gwinnett County chose not to cast their vote for the candidates on the ballot in last week's presidential election.

A list from the county showed a wide range of candidates voters decided to write-in.

The list includes cartoon characters, former presidents, food and celebrities.

Voters wrote-in former presidents like George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Dwight Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan, as well as current President Barack Obama.

Fictional President Frank Underwood from "House of Cards" received a write-in vote as well.

Nearly 100 people wrote in Jesus, while 25 went with God. One person wrote in Holy Spirit.

Mickey Mouse got more than 20 write-in votes.

Harambe, the gorilla who was killed at the Cincinnati Zoo when a 3-year-old fell into his enclosure, got five write-in votes.

Some voters went with their stomachs and cast write-in votes for pizza, a potato and "one whole grain Pop-Tart."

Other voters wrote in celebrities, like Ellen DeGeneres, Dwayne Johnson, Bill Murray and Whoopi Goldberg.

Kanye West, who has said that he would run for president, got five write-in votes in Gwinnett County.