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Wooden political party tic-tac-toe game made up of donkeys to represent the Democratic Party and elephants for the Republican Party. The pieces are painted brown and grey and all pieces are shown wearing blankets that resemble the American flag. The…

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A welcome poster or the Republican National Convention in New Orleans, LA on August 15-18. 1988. The convention nominated Vice President George H. W. Bush for President. Bush was nominated without opposition during the roll call vote, but with…

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These political buttons span a wide range of presidential elections, with the exception of Carol Moseley Braun for U.S. Senate. Candidates on the buttons come from a variety of political parties, Democrat, Republican, and Independent, as well as…

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"Nixon Now" was a campaign slogan from Richard Nixon's run for president in 1972. He had a campaign song with a similar chorus. This button includes a union stamp on the back.

The striped button is a replica of the Uptown People's Coalition…

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Poster of Republican Tony Leone for his 1977 campaign for Sangamon County County Clerk. He ran against incumbent Gary A. Tumulty who would win the election and go on to serve until 1986. Despite his loss, Leone would have a long career as Clerk to…

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Poster of the official portrait of the 40th President of the United States, Republican Ronald Reagan. The photo was taken in 1981 during his first term.

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Framed poster reading "Charisma Isn't Everything" for Governor of Illinois (Republican) Richard B. Ogilvie's re-election campaign in 1972. The black and white poster, held in a black frame, features the tag as well as a cartoon of the Governor with a…

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A print featuring the names of Republican President George H. W. Bush and his running mate Dan Quayle in their 1992 campaign for re-election. Bush was the 41st President and was in office for one term, 1989 to 1993, losing his re-election to…

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Illinois Campaign Reporting Systems (ICRS) was a political consulting business founded by local politician Tony Leone. ICRS created computer software that made gathering constituent information and contributions easier for the Republican Party in…

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This is a political poster from the 1978 election for state comptroller. It belongs to John Castle who ran as Republican nominee that year and appears to be the incumbent. Castle lived in Dekalb, and he was chairman of the Sandwich State Bank. He…
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