Michigan twins Jessica Ann Tyson and Monica Sparks may be identical in appearance, but the resemblance ends where politics begins.

Jessica, a Republican, decided to run for Kent County commissioner for the 13th District, which later inspired Monica to run in the 12th District, but as a Democrat, Fox 17 reported.

On "Fox & Friends" on Thursday, the sisters revealed that their mother never allowed them to argue about anything when they were growing up, whether it was politics or boyfriends.


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"She always just impressed upon us that our life is about giving to others. And because our life is about giving to others, you don't have to argue," Jessica explained. "Everyone's experience will lead them to their own path."

They agreed that even though they are on different sides of the aisle politically, running separate campaigns won't hurt their relationship.

"At the end of the day, we both know that we're trying to have progress, move things forward, and we can't do it when we're fighting against each other," Monica said.

The twins concluded in unison: "The left wing and the right wing belong to the same bird."

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