A group of young newspaper carriers hold up issues of the Omaha, Nebraska, Bee-News, following Herbert Hoover’s election in 1928. According to Vanishing Georgia, holder of the image:

The boy at the far left is Herbert Anthony King who was born in Nebraska in 1918. After World War II, he moved to Gordon County, GA. He has been involved in several businesses in Gordon County including those dealing with textiles.

Via Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Division of Archives and History, Office of Secretary of State

A group of young newspaper carriers hold up issues of the Omaha, Nebraska, Bee-News, following Herbert Hoover’s election in 1928.

According to Vanishing Georgia, holder of the image:

The boy at the far left is Herbert Anthony King who was born in Nebraska in 1918. After World War II, he moved to Gordon County, GA. He has been involved in several businesses in Gordon County including those dealing with textiles.
Via Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Division of Archives and History, Office of Secretary of State
A kind of Christmas-y (well, that’s what it reminded me of, anyway) ribbon in support of Grover Cleveland’s first presidential bid in 1884.

Via Heritage Auctions

A kind of Christmas-y (well, that’s what it reminded me of, anyway) ribbon in support of Grover Cleveland’s first presidential bid in 1884.

Via Heritage Auctions

Like Twitter, but in real life. Crowds in D.C. watch the 1960 presidential election returns come in, as Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy takes the lead over Vice President Richard Nixon.

University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division, Henry M. Jackson Collection

Like Twitter, but in real life. Crowds in D.C. watch the 1960 presidential election returns come in, as Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy takes the lead over Vice President Richard Nixon.

University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division, Henry M. Jackson Collection

Unlike yesterday’s polite Georgian LBJ fans at a Barry Goldwater rally, these Kentuckian Richard Nixon fans aren’t exactly raising the level of discourse at a 1960 John F. Kennedy rally on the campus of the University of Kentucky.

Via the Kentucky Digital Library

Unlike yesterday’s polite Georgian LBJ fans at a Barry Goldwater rally, these Kentuckian Richard Nixon fans aren’t exactly raising the level of discourse at a 1960 John F. Kennedy rally on the campus of the University of Kentucky.

Via the Kentucky Digital Library

Source: kdl.kyvl.org

Now that’s how you announce an election result.

From The Hartford Evening Press, Hartford, Conn., Wednesday, November 7, 1860

Via the The Connecticut Historical Society

Now that’s how you announce an election result.

From The Hartford Evening Press, Hartford, Conn., Wednesday, November 7, 1860

Via the The Connecticut Historical Society

Theodore Roosevelt on the campaign trail in 1912, from the back of a rail car in Missoula, Montana.

Via the Archives and Special Collections at the University of Montana, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library

Theodore Roosevelt on the campaign trail in 1912, from the back of a rail car in Missoula, Montana.

Via the Archives and Special Collections at the University of Montana, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library

Source: mtmemory.org

Good morning! Here’s a lovable D.C. cab driver and his scruffy mutt to tell you all about why Dwight Eisenhower should be re-elected in 1956. (Really, it’s pretty great.)

Part of the Prelinger Archives Collection at The Internet Archive

Source: archive.org

Sure, you love Lyndon Johnson. But do you love him enough to slap a sticker on a donkey for him? DO YOU?

Palace of the Governors Photo Archives, New Mexico History Museum, Santa Fe, New Mexico Centennial Project, New Mexico Digital Collections

Sure, you love Lyndon Johnson. But do you love him enough to slap a sticker on a donkey for him? DO YOU?

Palace of the Governors Photo Archives, New Mexico History Museum, Santa Fe, New Mexico Centennial Project, New Mexico Digital Collections