(CNN) - Ice water is starting to drench the political scene.
A number of political figures have taken on the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise money and awareness for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) – or Lou Gehrig's disease.
Started by Pete Frates, who has lived with ALS since 2012, the campaign asks participants to dump a bucket of ice water on their head and then nominate their friends to do the same.
Those friends have the opportunity to follow their friend or donate $100 to ALS awareness.
President Obama declined to do the challenge and pledged to contribute to an ALS charity instead.
Here's a few politicians who've embraced the ice water:
Rep. Joe Kennedy, D-Massachusetts, was one of the first to pour water over his head.
Gov. Chris Christie, R-New Jersey, got his kids involved.
Sen. Cory Booker, D-New Jersey, accepted Christie's challenge.
Former Republican Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts, who's now running for the U.S. Senate in New Hampshire, featured his famous truck in his video.
Rep. Patrick Murphy, D-Florida, must have had some really cold water.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, took it to a whole new level.
Gov. Bobby Jindal, R-Louisiana, challenged LSU's Les Miles, Duck Dynasty's Willie Robertson and MSNBC's Joe Scarborough.
New Hampshire GOP Sen. Kelly Ayotte's son was clearly excited about the task.
Rep. Martha Roby, R-Alabama, got a whole trash can of ice water.
Rep. Renee Ellmers, R-North Carolina, accepted Roby’s challenge and got a local fraternity involved.
Rep. Scott Perry, R-Pennsylvania, stepped it up a notch with two buckets dumped from a boom lift.
Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Arizona, accepted his challenge.
CNN's Dan Merica contributed to this report.