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Carter for All of US

Carter for All of US Political Button Museum
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Carter for all of US Vote Democratic
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Black and white photograph of two men with blue and red text on a white background

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copyright 1976 MILLENNIUM GROUP INC. 924 CHERRY ST. PHILA..PA 19107

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This button was most likely commissioned to be used during Carter’s 1976 Presidential campaign. His previous political experience included being a member of his local board of education, a Georgia State Senator and later as Governor of Georgia. Carter first appeared on the cover of Time Magazine on the May 31, 1971 issue as a new, progressive governor. James Earl Carter Jr. served as the 39th President of the United States from 1977-1981. African Americans supported Carter’s liberal ideals and were optimistic that Carter’s upbringing in a largely African American community would be to their advantage.

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