Browse Items (9 total)

  • Tags: Democratic

Hannig_Greg_Photo_C_4A.jpg
Barack Obama for President and Joe Biden for Vice President--Political Button. Both Obama and Biden belong to the Democratic Party and they ran together in the Presidential elections of 2008 and 2012.

Hawkins_Carlee_Photo_C_1A.jpg
This button was for the 2016 elections in which this button supported Bernie Sanders for president. Bernie was a Democratic candidate running against Hillary Clinton for the Democratic Nominee.

Hannig_Greg_Photo_C_3A.jpg
Jay Hoffman Political Button-
Democratic Nominee for the House of Representatives.
Photo was taken with Gary Hannig and Betsy Hannig.

Homeier_Skip_Photo_C_1A.jpg
This Button is for the 1960 Presidential Election whereby John F. Kennedy was running for President. Attached is a maroon ribbon which accentuates the button and includes a donkey medallion for the Democratic Party.

Earnest_Jonathan_Scan_B_7.jpg
Naomi D. Jakobsson (Democrat) expresses her gratitude towards the contributor for having helped circulating her petition for nomination. 1800 signatures were obtained, which put her on the ballot for the Representative in the General Assembly for the…

Hannig_Greg_Scan_B_2.jpg
The photo was taken in 1979 when Gary Hannig was first elected as a Democratic member of the Illinois House of Representatives. He would go on to represent the 98th District until 2009. He resigned his position when Governor Pat Quinn appointed him…

Hannig_Greg_Scan_B_1.jpg
The picture shows Gary Hannig (on the left) with Alan Dixon. Bill Redman is in the background.
The photo was taken in 1979, when Gary Hannig was first elected as a Democratic member of the Illinois House of Representatives. He would go on to…

Hannig_Greg_Scan_B_3.jpg
In 2004, Jay Hoffman was re-elected as State Representative (he served from 1991 to 2011). He represents the 113th District in the Illinois House of Representatives since 2013.

Also on the picture are Louis Hannig and his wife LaWanda, the…

Hannig_Greg_Photo_C_1A.jpg
Political Button for 1996 Election of Bill Clinton (President) and Al Gore (Vice President)--Democratic Party
Output Formats

atom, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-json, omeka-xml, rss2