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These bumper stickers are promotional materials from Barack Obama's successful run for Democratic president in 2008. Includes his campaign slogan, "Yes We Can"

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This is from the 1972 re-election campaign for Richard Nixon for President of the United States. Nixon would later resign because of the Watergate scandle.

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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.

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President Barack Obama License Plate. This license plate was most likely produced right after he won the 2008 Presidential Election.

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Banner used for the election of Barack Obama and Joe Biden either in the 2008 or the 2012 election.

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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.

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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.

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A campaign poster from the 1972 presidential election with the words "Now More Than Ever." There are also several campaign buttons attached ranging from the years of the 1950's to 1984, Candidates include Reagan, Ford, Paul Findley, Edward Madigan,…

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Front page, Chicago Tribune, Thursday, August 29, 1996. Above the fold, "Democrats Embrace Clinton." Coverage of the 1996 Democratic National Convention, which took place in Chicago, Illinois. Lead article references Bill Clinton accepting his…
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