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    • Black and White

    • Mark Andrews; John Hove; Democrats; Republicans; Congressional race; Legislature; North Dakota
    • Cartoon depicts "Hove" saying "I'm For You" to "The Kennedy Program $" while "Andrews" says "I'm For You" to "The People of North Dakota." With the Congressional election approaching, John Hove and Mark Andrews increase their campaigning.
    • Danger At The Grassroots

    • Grassroots; United States; Political Extremists; Protests; Southeast Asia; Frankenstein; Dr. Frankenstein; Igor
    • Cartoon depicts Frankenstein, Dr. Frankenstein, and Igor, "Political Extremists," sitting around a table in a field of large grass. One of the men holds a bomb, while another remarks, "We'll Take Over the Precincts!!" Tensions and threats continue...
    • Shot Down Over North Dakota

    • John Hove; John Scott; Mark Andrews; Congressional Race; North Dakota; Democrats; Republicans; Independents
    • Cartoon depicts North Dakota Congressional Candidate John “Hove†atop a crashed paper airplane, “Kennedy Program.†Republican Mark Andrews defeats Democrat John Hove and Independent John Scott to win the Eastern District Congressional seat...
    • Just the Old One-Two Punch

    • John F. Kennedy; Edward M. (Ted) Kennedy; Democratic Nomination; United States Senate; Massachusetts; Edward J. (Ed) McCormick, Jr.; Primary Election
    • Cartoon depicts "Teddy" Kennedy, holding boxing gloves which read "Money" and "Influence," telling a reporter that "It was a combination of rights and lefts that got him." His opponent, "McC," is carried out of the ring. In the Massachusetts...
    • Not Even Simmering

    • North Dakota; Politics; Election; Democrats; Republicans; Cauldron
    • Cartoon depicts "No Dak Political Pot" being stirred by the Democratic donkey and kept burning by the Republican elephant. The election will be held on November 8, 1966 and both sides are continuing their campaigns.
    • An Unfamiliar Burden

    • North Dakota; Democrats; Majority; William L. Guy; Quentin N. Burdick; Mark Andrews
    • Cartoon depicts “N.D. Dems†struggle to hold a large box, “Majority, Responsibility.†Following the election on November 3, 1964, the Democrats win the majority of North Dakota Senate offices. Governor William L. Guy is re-elected, Quentin...
    • Know Anybody Famous?

    • Eric Sevareid; Republicans; Democrats; Governor; Senate; Milton Young
    • Cartoon depicts two Republican elephants examining a “For Governor†sign, as the Democratic donkey carries an Eric “Sevareid For Senate†sign. Former North Dakota resident Eric Sevareid, a radio and television news commentator in Washington,...
    • You Think You've Got Problems!

    • Uncle Sam; Budget; Deficit; Billie Sol Estes; Treasury
    • Cartoon depicts Uncle Sam, holding a newspaper with the headline "Gov't 6.3 Billion Deficit," comforting Billie Sol Estes and his "3 Million Deficit." The Treasury department announced a deficit of $6.3 Billion at the same time as Estes'...
    • Background For Leadership

    • Don Halcrow; Campaign for Governor; North Dakota; William L. Guy; Robert P. McCarney
    • Cartoon depicts Republican candidate, Don Halcrow, begins his campaign against Governor William L. Guy for the November election. Robert P. McCarney is also running for nomination in the primary election.
    • The Job Is Big, Take Your Choice

    • Gubernatorial election; Don Halcrow; North Dakota; William L. Guy; Governor
    • Cartoon depicts a man "Voters" looking at the tractor "Halcrow" which is next to the tricycle "Guy." North Dakota voters will decide who will be governor of the state, Don Halcrow or William L. Guy, on November 3, 1964.
    • Difficult to Measure

    • Republicans; Democrats; John Scott; North Dakota; Congressional; Independents
    • Cartoon depicts the Republican elephant attempting to measure the shadow of “John Scott,†which reads “Actual Strength.†John Scott announced his campaign as an Independent candidate for the congressional election on October 22, 1963.
    • Asking For Trouble

    • United States Senate; Senatorial Race; North Dakota Senator; Quentin N. Burdick; Democrats
    • Cartoon depicts Quentin N. Burdick with a note "I ask you to judge me on my record as Senator," while trying to hold a door closed. Senator Quentin N. Burdick is running for re-election.
    • Date With A Candidate

    • University of North Dakota; Grand Forks; College Republicans; Richard M. Nixon
    • Cartoon depicts people marching in a parade hold a sign: “UND College Republicans Present Former Vice-President Richard Nixon, Thursday, Oct. 21, University Fieldhouse, 8:00 PM.†Former Vice President Richard Nixon will visit the University of...
    • Untitled

    • Democrats; Republicans; Candidates; Election
    • Cartoon depicts the Democratic donkey and the Republican elephant looking at "Candidates Needed By The Hundred" while in the background are the words "Now Is The Time For All Good Men To Come To The Aid Of The Party." The North Dakota lawmakers...
    • The Review Board

    • Republicans; Mayor; New York, NY; Democrats; Abraham D. Beame; John V. Lindsay; William F. Buckley Jr.; Conservatives
    • Cartoon depicts three Republican elephants examining "Election Results." Republican-Liberal John V. Lindsay defeats Democrat Abraham D. Beame and Conservative William F. Buckley Jr. to become the mayor of New York in one of the costliest campaigns...


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