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Carter Mondale Volunteer

Carter Mondale Volunteer Club Button Museum
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CARTER MONDALE VOLUNTEER 76
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Illustration of donkey with green text on a white background.

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BADGE-A-MINIT
LASALLE ILL. 61301

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In 1976, Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale were the Democratic nominees for President and Vice President respectively. Prior to running in the ’76 elections, Carter was the governor of Georgia and Walter represent Minnesota as a United States Senator. During their presidential campaign, they enlisted the help of thousands of volunteers to make phone calls, talk to voters, make campaign flyers, among other tasks. Volunteers could wear these buttons to distinguish who they were and who they were voting for.

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(2013). Records of the 1976 Campaign Committee to Elect Jimmy Carter. Retrieved from: https://www.jimmycarterlibrary.gov/library/findingaids/Carter-Mondale_Ca...

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CL0454
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