73 Catchy Presidential Campaign Slogans

Campaign slogans set the tone for the candidates direction and promise to voters. At the turn of the 20th century, campaign slogans were represented by songs that could change the tide of the election towards a single candidate. These were considered devastating to the opposing nominee’s campaign. Here is a catalog of past and present day presidential campaign slogans represented by candidates that never won and those that have served in the oval office.

A chicken in every pot and a car in every garage.
A Full Dinner Pail.
A Green New Deal for America.
A Leader, For a Change.
A Stronger America.
A Time for Greatness.
All the Way with LBJ.
America Needs a Change.
Are you better off than you were four years ago?
Believe in America.
Better a Third Term.
Building a bridge to the 21st century.
Change We Can Believe In.
Change We Need.
Citizenship Matters.
Compassionate conservatism.
Country First.
Cox and Cocktails.
Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow.
Don’t swap horses in the middle of the stream.
For People, for a Change.
For President of the People.
For the future.
Forward.
Free Soil, Free Labor, Free Speech, Free Men, and Fremont.
Give Em; Hell Harry.
Go Greens.
Good money never made times hard.
Government of, by, and for the people…not the monied interests.
Happy Days Are Here Again.
He kept us out of war.
He’s making us proud again.
Hope.
I Like Ike.
In your heart you know he’s right.
It’s morning again in America.
It’s Time to Change America.
Keep cool with Coolidge.
Kinder, Gentler Nation.
Leadership for the New Millennium.
Leave no child behind.
Let America be America Again.
Let us have peace.
Let’s Make it a Landon Slider.
Life, Liberty, and Landon.
Morning Again in America.
Nixon Now.
Nixon’s the One.
Not Just Peanuts.
Patriotism, Protection, and Prosperity.
Peace and Prosperity.
Pour it on ‘em, Harry!
Prosperity and Progress.
Prosperity for America’s families.
Putting People First.
Real plans for real people.
Reform, Prosperity, and Peace.
Reformer with results.
Rejuvenated Republicanism.
Restore America Now.
Return to normalcy.
Ross for Boss.
The Better Man for a Better America.
The People’s President.
The stakes are too high for you to stay at home.
Tippecanoe and Tyler Too.
To Begin Anew.
Vota as You Shot.
Vote Yourself a Farm.
We are turning the corner.
We can do better.
Yes We Can!
Yes, America Can!

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