This year, the American people will decide between Caramel and Popcorn. Voters can learn about each bird on the White House website -- including which bird likes Beyonce -- and cast their votes via Facebook or Twitter.
However, the vote isn't an avian version of The Hunger Games. As the White House notes, both turkeys will ultimately be spared the fate of ending up on someone's plate this Thanksgiving.
But while both Caramel and Popcorn will survive the holiday season, their brother isn't so lucky.
A third Thanksgiving turkey arrived at the Minnesota capitol on Monday, where he met Gov. Mark Dayton (D) for a brief ceremony. That bird will end up as Thanksgiving dinner for a family who could not otherwise afford the meal.