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1983 Jim Dunham Mayoral Campaign Sign, "DUNHAM, Mayor for all Springfield." Brother-in-law to Ossie Langfelder, James Dunham (D) ran for the office of Mayor of Springfield, IL in 1983 but lost in the general municipal election against J. Michael…

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Campaign sign for Ossie Langfelder for Commissioner of Streets. Mr. Langfelder served two terms in this post prior to his election as Mayor of Springfield in 1987. The sign is either from his first campaign for the post in 1978 or his second in 1982.

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Campaign sign for Josh Langfelder County Recorder (D) from either his 2008, 2012, or 2016 election bid to the office. He has been successful in attaining and holding the office since 2008.

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Campaign Sign for Democrat Jim Langfelder for City Treasurer for Springfield, IL. Mr. Langfelder held the office for three terms from 2003-2015. Campaign sign is either from his 2003, 2007, or 2011 election bid. After serving as city treasurer, Mr.…

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A poster from the 1964 campaign for Illinois House of Representatives. G. William Horsley and David J. Jones were elected to the House as Representatives At-Large, positions that were added after a failed attempt in 1963 to redraw the state's…

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A bag used to promote the election of Republican candidates in Springfield. The funding for this item is credited to The Committee to Elect Springfield Township Republican Candidates, with Joe Bonefeste as the Chairman. The bag is red, white, and…

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A bag provided by Lowell H. Fraim, District Chairman of the Sangamon County Republican Party, the "Community Minded Committee Man of Springfield Township #4." The bag is red, white, and blue and has the words, "Pride, Patriotism, and Participation"…

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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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On official stationary, President-Elect Ronald Reagan thanks John Homeier of Springfield, Illinois, for his and unnamed others' attendance at Reagan and Nancy Reagan's home on October 25, 1980. Reagan tells Homeier that the election of himself,…

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Republican Presidential Candidate Ronald Reagan implores John F. Homeier of Springfield, Illinois to come to Reagan's and Nancy Reagan’s home, “Wexford”, near Washington DC, on October 25, 1980 to discuss the critical financial status of their…
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