Does this even need an introduction? Celebrities are doing it in droves. Even CEOs are doing it. And it’s raised millions for the ALS Association. Yes, you’re reading another post about the ice bucket challenge.
Here’s how you know it has truly saturated popular culture: more than half the nation’s governors are in on the game. We put together the following list of the 26 state governors who had an easily findable “ice bucket” video. Our favorite is video is that of Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin and Lt. Gov. Phil Scott because they were the only ones who did the thing in suits.
We’re sorry. You’re welcome.
Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell
Not technically accurate—no ice bucket—but extra points for beautiful scenery.
Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe
Kudos for challenging the entire state.
California Gov. Edmund G. Brown
Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy
Delaware Gov. Jack Markell
Idaho Gov. C. L. “Butch” Otter
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn
Apparently the guy who started the whole trend is also named Pat Quinn. Who knew?
Iowa Gov. Terry E. Branstad
There was no ice in that bucket!
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback
Get a smartphone, already.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock
Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman
The First Lady’s eagerness is contagious.
New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan
New Jersey Gov. Christopher Christie
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory
Ohio Gov. John Kasich
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin
Oregon Gov. John A. Kitzhaber
Way to work in the fact that you’re a doctor.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett
South Carolina Gov. Nikki R. Haley
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard
Watch out Henry!