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Democratic ticket. Going the whole hog

Democratic ticket. Going the whole hog

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An illustrated election ticket for Martin Van Buren and Richard M. Johnson, listing Ohio Democratic electors for the presidential race of 1836. The ticket is illustrated with a small vignette of a man carrying a hog, and uttering the Democratic campaign slogan "Going the whole Hog." The hog remarks, "Pork 10 cts. pr. lb."--perhaps a favorable reflection on the economy under the Democrats. Given its similarities in typography and design to nos. 1836-17, -18 , and -19, and the ticket is probably from the same press.

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01/01/1836
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Stow (Ohio)41.15944, -81.44028
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