Halloween isn't my favorite holiday, but it uses the least electricity. In 2020, when there's less energy to be used, Halloween might stay the same. My family would go to the grocery store and buy three large pumpkins. Two of them, my sisters and I carve funny faces into them. When we're done, we put a long-lasting candle in it and place it on the front steps. The other is saved for pumpkin pies and other delicious foods with pumpkin in it. That's one reason I like Halloween, there are so many baked goods with pumpkin in it. I don't like it because there are so many pranksters going around. Another plus to this holiday is all the candy you get. Christmas, people always look out for all the bright houses and which one has the most decorations. For Halloween, you don't need electricity. Plus, people are happy once they get candy. So, even without electricity being used, people are still pleased at Halloween once you buy enough candy for the neighborhood.