Clinton-Gore Political Campaign Button, 1992


The Henry Ford

The Henry Ford
Dearborn, MI, United States

Democrats selected Arkansas governor William Jefferson Clinton as their presidential candidate in 1992. The 46-year-old Clinton chose 44-year-old Al Gore, Jr., Senator from Tennessee, as his running mate. The pair garnered enough votes in a three-way race to defeat the Republican and incumbent President George Bush and independent candidate Ross Perot. Clinton became the first president from the baby-boom generation.


  • Title: Clinton-Gore Political Campaign Button, 1992
  • Date Created: 1992
  • Subject Keywords: Clinton, Bill, 1946-, Gore, Albert, 1948-, Democratic Party (U.S.), Political campaigns, Presidential elections, Presidential candidates, United States presidents, Vice-presidential candidates, Buttons (Information artifacts)
  • Type: Objects
  • Contributor: The Henry Ford
  • Original Source: Digital Collections
  • Object Name: Button (Information artifact)
  • Object ID: 2009.14.1
  • Image ID: THF84883
  • Credit: From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Gregory Gniotczynski.

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