|Text on Button||WE DID IT FOR HAROLD WE CAN DO IT FOR CAROL MOSELEY-BRAUN Vote Nov. 3rd|
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"We did it for Harold, we can do it for Carol" was the slogan used during Carol Moseley-Braun's 1998 reelection campaign for the United States Senate. The slogan called back to Harold Washington, the first African-American Mayor of Chicago, since Moseley-Braun was the first African-American woman voted into the United States Senate in 1992. Although Moseley-Braun had strong support from Chicago and from former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, she was not reelected to the Senate in 1998.