Whenever I start to feel sad I just remember that there exists a Theodore Roosevelt mascot.
Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John F. Kennedy waves to supporters while standing on the roof of a car outside the Concourse Plaza Hotel in the Bronx, New York City, Nov. 5, 1960
Halloween Hoax, 10/31/1912
Clifford Berryman Political Cartoon Collection, Records of the U.S. Senate
During the Presidential Election of 1912, the Republican Elephant is spooked by the “hollow” threat of Teddy Roosevelt’s new Progressive “Bull Moose” party, which was poised to split the Republican vote.
Whee doggies! It’s a little bit country and a little bit … more country at a 1995 Halloween/Hillary Clinton birthday party.
Despite the endorsement of conservative-minded pumpkins nationwide, who urged voters to “stay the course,” Republicans lost 27 House seats to Democrats in the 1982 midterm elections.