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Political poster with the title, "Campaign Reporting Systems."

Several more government and campaign buttons, including buttons on single issue campaigns. Examples include buttons supporting the Equal Rights Amendment, and reading 'No New Liquor Tax'. The collection also includes census buttons from 1990 and…

A printed keepsake from the Illinois House GOP, "Grand Old Party" or Republican, Retreat that was held over a three day period in 1989, January 26th through the 28th. The print shows an elephant, the symbol for the Republican Party, in red and blue…

A red and white satirical poster from 1995 mocking the idea of political correctness. It is issued by the fictitious Ministry of Political Incorrection to convey an area off limits to those who are deemed too focused on political correctness.

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…

Framed photo of a sculpture by John Martin Gilbert. Gilbert was an illustrator and scultper active in the 1960s ad 1970s. "The Politician" is Gilbert's vision of the inner workings of American politicians. The poster is held under glass by a thin…

Poster from the 1980 Republican National Convention in Detroit, Michigan July 14-17 in which Ronald Reagan was named the party's nominee for President and George H. W. Bush for Vice President. The poster depicts the 16th President Abraham Lincoln and…

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…

A red, white, and blue sign reminding people to vote on election day. The sign features the symbol for the Republican Party, the elephant, with the words, "Don't forget to vote...election day."

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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