Can You Match The Campaign Slogan To The Candidate?

Do you think you can match these famous campaign slogans to the correct presidential candidate? It's time to put your political knowledge to the test! Take these 12 questions and find out just how slogan savvy you really are!
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Which 1992 candidate used the slogan, "Putting People First?"
Bill Clinton
Ross Perot
George H.W. Bush
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Which 1984 candidate famously used the slogan, "It's Morning Again in America?"
Walter Mondale
Ronald Reagan
Harold Stassen
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Which candidate used the slogan "A Leader, For a Change" in 1976?
Jimmy Carter
Gerald Ford
Richard Nixon
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Which presidential candidate used the slogan, "Some People Talk Change, Others Cause It" in 1968?
Richard Nixon
Gene McCarthy
Hubert Humphrey
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What was Harry S. Truman's 1948 campaign slogan?
"Pour It On 'Em, Harry"
"Give 'Em Hell, Harry"
"I'm Just Wild About Harry"
All of the above
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Abraham Lincoln ran for reelection in 1864 with what slogan?
"Vote Yourself a Farm"
"Don't Swap Horses in the Middle of the Stream"
"Clear the Track for Honest Abe"
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Whose military nickname became part of his political battle cry?
Former Army Major Gen. William Henry "Old Tippecanoe" Harrison, in 1840
Former Army Major Gen. Zachary "Old Rough and Ready" Taylor, in 1848
Former Army Brigadier Gen. Franklin "Young Hickory of the Granite Hills" Pierce, in 1852
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Which candidate used the slogan" A chicken in every pot and a car in every garage" in 1928?
Herbert Hoover
Al Smith
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Who ran with the slogan, "Better A Third Termer than a Third Rater" in 1940?
Wendell L. Willkie
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Alfred Landon
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Which candidate's slogan did the Democrats parody with "In Your Guts You Know He's Nuts?"
Herbert Hoover, in 1932
Barry Goldwater, in 1964
Richard M. Nixon, in 1972
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Complete the slogan of the first Republican presidential candidate: "Free Soil, Free Labor, Free Speech, Free Men, _________."
Free religion
Fremont
Freedonia
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What Republican candidate promised Americans "A Full Dinner Pail"?
Herbert Hoover, in 1928
Ulysses S. Grant, in 1872
William McKinley, in 1900
Result
Uh-oh! Based on the results of this quiz, you are a bit slow when it comes to famous presidential campaign slogans. Don’t worry, we understand. Politics are full of jargon, lengthy speeches, and broken promises. It isn’t always easy to keep campaign slogans straight. We commend you for a valiant effort!

C+, Slogan Slow

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Well done! Based on the results of this quiz, you are truly slogan savvy! When it comes to famous presidential campaign slogans, you know your stuff. We bet you’re already taking notes on the rhetoric and promises being made by the 2016 candidates too!

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are unquestionably a slogan superstar! While many have struggled to match the slogan to the candidate in this quiz, you prevailed. Proving that not only are you a true political slogan aficionado, but you have a memory that most would kill for! Well done!

A+, Slogan Superstar

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1
Which 1992 candidate used the slogan, "Putting People First?"
Bill Clinton
Ross Perot
George H.W. Bush
2
Which 1984 candidate famously used the slogan, "It's Morning Again in America?"
Walter Mondale
Ronald Reagan
Harold Stassen
3
Which candidate used the slogan "A Leader, For a Change" in 1976?
Jimmy Carter
Gerald Ford
Richard Nixon
4
Which presidential candidate used the slogan, "Some People Talk Change, Others Cause It" in 1968?
Richard Nixon
Gene McCarthy
Hubert Humphrey
5
What was Harry S. Truman's 1948 campaign slogan?
"Pour It On 'Em, Harry"
"Give 'Em Hell, Harry"
"I'm Just Wild About Harry"
All of the above
6
Abraham Lincoln ran for reelection in 1864 with what slogan?
"Vote Yourself a Farm"
"Don't Swap Horses in the Middle of the Stream"
"Clear the Track for Honest Abe"
7
Whose military nickname became part of his political battle cry?
Former Army Major Gen. William Henry "Old Tippecanoe" Harrison, in 1840
Former Army Major Gen. Zachary "Old Rough and Ready" Taylor, in 1848
Former Army Brigadier Gen. Franklin "Young Hickory of the Granite Hills" Pierce, in 1852
8
Which candidate used the slogan" A chicken in every pot and a car in every garage" in 1928?
Herbert Hoover
Al Smith
9
Who ran with the slogan, "Better A Third Termer than a Third Rater" in 1940?
Wendell L. Willkie
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Alfred Landon
10
Which candidate's slogan did the Democrats parody with "In Your Guts You Know He's Nuts?"
Herbert Hoover, in 1932
Barry Goldwater, in 1964
Richard M. Nixon, in 1972
11
Complete the slogan of the first Republican presidential candidate: "Free Soil, Free Labor, Free Speech, Free Men, _________."
Free religion
Fremont
Freedonia
12
What Republican candidate promised Americans "A Full Dinner Pail"?
Herbert Hoover, in 1928
Ulysses S. Grant, in 1872
William McKinley, in 1900