What was Herbert Hoover's campaign slogan?
"A chicken in every pot a car in every backyard, to boot" was a slogan that appeared in a Republican campaign ad in 1928. Hoover never said it, but continued prosperity was a theme in the campaign. It is now commonly, but falsely, attributed to Hoover. ...
In the election of 1856 which party's campaign slogan was free soil free speech and Fremont?
Republican Party candidate John Fremont
What was Calven Coolidge's campaign slogan?
As Coolidge succeeded Warren Harding following his death in 1923, he did not have a campaign slogan for his first term. Calvin Coolidge's 1924 campaign slogan was "Keep Cool and Keep Coolidge". ...
What was the Whig campaign slogan for the election of 1844?
The Whig campaign slogan for the election of 1844 was "Hurray, Hurray, the Country's Risin'--Vote for Clay and Frelinghuysen!" ...
What was Woodrow Wilson's campaign slogan when we entered World War 1?
Wilson had already been reelected by that time, but his campaign slogan was "He kept us out of war." ...