1976 Presidential ELECTION Handbook- Jimmy Carter vs. Gerald Ford- Hard to Find Collectible

1976 Presidential ELECTION Handbook- Jimmy Carter vs. Gerald Ford- Hard to Find Collectible- Political History-Presidential Memorabilia

1976 Presidential ELECTION Handbook- Jimmy Carter vs. Gerald Ford- Hard to Find Collectible

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One of a variety of anti-Ford buttons generated during the 1976 presidential election: it reads "Gerald…Pardon me!" and depicts a thief cracking a safe labeled "Watergate".

One of a variety of anti-Ford buttons generated during the 1976 presidential election: it reads "Gerald…Pardon me!" and depicts a thief cracking a safe labeled "Watergate".

In the months leading up to the 1976 presidential election, incumbent Gerald Ford made a culinary faux pas in San Antonio. At a reception hosted by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, the Michigander was handed a plate of tamales and bit into one without first removing its corn husk wrapper. “It was obvious he didn’t get a briefing on the eating of tamales," then-mayor Lila Cockrell later said.

In the months leading up to the 1976 presidential election, incumbent Gerald Ford made a culinary faux pas in San Antonio. At a reception hosted by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, the Michigander was handed a plate of tamales and bit into one without first removing its corn husk wrapper. “It was obvious he didn’t get a briefing on the eating of tamales," then-mayor Lila Cockrell later said.

Betty Ford made several speaking tours during her husband’s 1976 Presidential election campaign. She was so popular that members of the audience wore lapel buttons that read “Betty’s Husband for President!”

Betty Ford made several speaking tours during her husband’s 1976 Presidential election campaign. She was so popular that members of the audience wore lapel buttons that read “Betty’s Husband for President!”

Carter Mondale pin 1976 Presidential election button ILGWU union endorsed

Details about Carter Mondale pin 1976 Presidential election button ILGWU union endorsed

Carter Mondale pin 1976 Presidential election button ILGWU union endorsed

Gerald R. Ford (1913-2006) 38th President who served from 1974 to 1977. He was the President that pardoned Nixon from prosecution connected with the Watergate Scandal which some people felt cost him the 1976 Presidential Election.

Gerald R. Ford (1913-2006) 38th President who served from 1974 to 1977. He was the President that pardoned Nixon from prosecution connected with the Watergate Scandal which some people felt cost him the 1976 Presidential Election.

Gerald Ford and family participate in a photo opportunity for the 1976 presidential election campaign. September 6, 1976.

Gerald Ford and family participate in a photo opportunity for the 1976 presidential election campaign. September 6, 1976.

Punditry And Tea Leaves – Democrats Look To 1976 In 1974 – Past Daily Reference Room – Meet The Press - Terry Sanford, Yvonne Braithwaite Burke - December 1, 1974 - Gordon Skene Sound Collection - Democrats and Presidential elections. In 1974 a potential victory was handed to the party on a platter; the resignation of President Nixon... #anthonykennedy #clarencethomas #courtorder

Punditry And Tea Leaves – Democrats Look To 1976 In 1974 – Past Daily Reference Room – Meet The Press - Terry Sanford, Yvonne Braithwaite Burke - December 1, 1974 - Gordon Skene Sound Collection - Democrats and Presidential elections. In 1974 a potential victory was handed to the party on a platter; the resignation of President Nixon... #anthonykennedy #clarencethomas #courtorder

The 1976 United States Presidential Election Map: Jimmy Carter won with 50.1% of the popular vote and 55.2% of the electoral vote.

The 1976 United States Presidential Election Map: Jimmy Carter won with 50.1% of the popular vote and 55.2% of the electoral vote.

Throwback to CSE students supporting their candidates in the 1976 Presidential Election #FordvCarter

Throwback to CSE students supporting their candidates in the 1976 Presidential Election #FordvCarter

Hanging by a Chad—or Not: The 2000 Presidential Election

Hanging by a Chad—or Not: The 2000 Presidential Election

button showing candidates in 1976 presidential election: Ford, Carter, Dole and Mondale (Fritz the Cat)

button showing candidates in 1976 presidential election: Ford, Carter, Dole and Mondale (Fritz the Cat)

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