What was William Clinton's campaign slogan?
"It's the economy, STUPID!"
it's the economy stupid.
McKinley's 1896 campaign slogan was "Patriotism, Protection and Prosperity." His 1900 campaign slogan was "A Full Dinner Pail."
Tippecanoe and Tyler too
Do it BIG boys!
"Tippecanoe and Tyler, Too" for the campaign of William Henry Harrison in 1840.
Tippicanoe and Taylor too
"I Know how to read unlike Barack!"
"All I'm going to do is win, and be FAT"
That was the campaign slogan for William Harrison in the election of 1840.
John Adams had no campaign slogan.
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A New Deal For The American People' was a popular campaign slogan for FDR. Another popular slogan for the campaign was 'A Big Man For A Big Job.'
There were two campaign slogans for William Henry Harrison one was The Log Cabin Candidate and another was Tippecanoe and Tyler Too!, because John Tyler was Harrison's running mate.
I found his particular campaign slogan for 1948 to be- "Give 'em Hell, Harry!"
His campaign slogan was "I like Ike".
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".
Let the People Rule, often confused with Tippecanoe and Tyler Too (William Henry Harrison's)
Benjamin Harrison was the grandson of President William Henry Harrison. Benjamin had made a lifelong effort to succeed on his own without cashing in on the family name, but his supporters still used the slogan in his campaign.
At the time of James Madison's election, the idea of a national campaign had not entered history. For this reason, James Madison didn't have a campaign slogan.
Old Tippecanoe and Tyler too Someone who is old has lived for many years and is no longer young. More »
William H. Harrison and John Tyler
George Washington had no campaign slogan. For George Washington facts refer to the related links below.
* His campaign slogan for his second term was "he kept us out of the war" meaning world war one
Roll with Rock
That was the campaign slogan for William Harrison and John Tyler during the Election of 1840. It refers to Harrison's leadership as Governor of Indiana during the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811.
we can do it
The slogan for the Obama/Biden campaign is 'CHANGE WE CAN BELIEVE IN'
Jefferson lived before there were national campaigns. He did not have a slogan.
William J. (Bill) Clinton is a Democrat.
William Jefferson Clinton :p
Eight years (1993-2001)
Tippecanoe was William Henry Harrison, who defeated the Indians at the Battle of Tippecanoe. John Tyler was his running mate. This slogan was successful for the Whig Party in the 1840 presidential election.
Franklin pierce didn't have a signature campaign slogan. But he was the first president to put a Christmas tree in the white house.
The Whig campaign slogan for the election of 1844 was "Hurray, Hurray, the Country's Risin'--Vote for Clay and Frelinghuysen!"
William Jefferson Blythe,lll
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His full name is William Jefferson Clinton
we need a change
Tyler did not have a campaign slogan. He tried to run re election as a third party but withdrew so that Polk could have his votes
Wilson had already been reelected by that time, but his campaign slogan was "He kept us out of war."
President Clintons middle name is Jefferson. As a matter of fact, his birth name was William Jefferson Blythe III which he later changed by affidavit.
President William McKinley started the full dinner pail. It was used as a campaign slogan during the presidential election of 1900.
Tippecanoe was the site of a major battle with the Indians that was won by Harrison. Tyler was his running mate, John Tyler.
every chicken in a pot every car in every garage was Herbert Hoover's 1928 campaign slogan. Reagan's 1980 slogan was "Are you better off than you were four years ago?"
None of the aove
Believe in America
it was EAT ME