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It’s 1976, you’ve got your Ford (Gerald, GOP presidential nominee), your peanut (Jimmy Carter, Democratic nominee), your Dole pineapple (Bob Dole, GOP veep nominee) and your Fritz (Walter Mondale, Dem veep nominee - as in Fritz the cat?)
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button showing candidates in 1976 presidential election: Ford, Carter, Dole and Mondale (Fritz the Cat)
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Presidential Campaign Posters: Two Hundred Years of Election Art | Brain Pickings
From a set of Presidential Campaign Posters: The 1968 campaign poster for Bobby Kennedy
I love these original 1960's political posters from the States.
presidential campaign posters | Robert Kennedy presidential campaign poster from 1968
Lincoln for President
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For president, Abram Lincoln. For vice president, Hannibal Hamlin (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Campaign Poster, Hannibal Hamlin: vote for him just cause he's got a badass name
Print shows a large campaign banner for Republican presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln and running mate Hannibal Hamlin. Lincoln’s first name is given here as “Abram.” The banner consists of a thirty-three star American flag pattern printed on cloth. In one corner, a bust portrait of Lincoln, without beard, encircled by stars, appears on a blue field. - 1860
Print shows a large campaign banner for Republican presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln and running mate Hannibal Hamlin. Lincoln’s first name is given here as “Abram.” The banner consists of a thirty-three star American flag pattern printed on cloth. In one corner, a bust portrait of Lincoln, without beard, encircled by stars, appears on a blue field. #Lincoln #history
Button for Barry Goldwater, the Republican Party's nominee for president in 1964.
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Kennedy Campaign Button www.pinkpillbox.com
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Bad grammar on a Kennedy badge - could Eisenhower's education policy have been to blame?
Pooh for President Campaign Button - 1972
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Pooh for President Campaign Button - 1972 I want to find one of these! ~M
Margaret Chase Smith, Republican. A campaign button for the 1964 presidential campaign. The first woman to be nominated for president at a major political party convention, she received 27 votes at the Republican National Convention.
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$1,000 for “Where Were You in ‘64?: Margaret Chase Smith’s Campaign for the Presidency in the Year That Changed the States,” Margaret Chase Smith Library, MSAD 54 Adult & Community Education, Skowhegan Free Public Library (Community Outreach) “Where Were You in ‘64?” will examine the epochal and pivotal year 1964. This year saw the arrival of the Beatles and British Invasion, the passage of the Civil Rights Act, the deepening of the American involvement in the Vietnam War following the Tonkin incident, and Margaret Chase Smith’s historic run for the Republican presidential nomination in an election that marked the resurgence of the conservative movement. The grant will include an exhibit, book discussion series, lectures and essay contest at the library—in conjunction with theatrical performances and movies in the community.
Richard Nixon - Republican 1960 badge/ Iz that like flick your bic only different? Oh Tricky Dick your Sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Tricky...
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1976 Carter Mondale Bicentennial Logo
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Though Ted Kennedy, at the time the Senate Majority Whip, was considered a favorite going into the 1972 presidential campaign season, he declined to seek the Democratic Party nomination.
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Commander: George Bush Desert Storm campaign button from the 1992 US Presidential Election reads 'Lets re-elect our desert storm commander-in-chief'
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Robert Kennedy - Democrat 1968
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Love this vintage Robert Kennedy campaign pin - Democrat 1968
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The new deal was a program by president Roosevelt to help the country economy
An American President: Meet FDR
The New Deal was a program created by President Franklin Roosevelt to help the country's economy.
Southerners for Reagan-Bush button
"We should insist that the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us. We have room for but one flag, the American flag. We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language. Every immigrant who comes here should be required within five years to learn English or to leave the country, English should be the only language taught or used in the public schools." - Teddy Roosevelt 1907 (26th President of The United States)
Teddy Roosevelt button, 1904