List of USA Presidential Campaign Slogans

Slogans are the best tool to represent the fundamental values that a presidential candidate has, that is why close attention has been paid by Presidential candidates and their campaign staff to develop a strong and memorable slogan. Throughout the history slogans have helped the candidates to be more memorable among public. Candidates also present their future agenda in a few words in the form of slogans and let the public decide who is better for them and for the country.

Many creative & catchy slogans have been used in Americas Presidential elections and many of them are still remembered by people. We have collected a complete list of campaign slogans that have been used throughout the history of American presidential elections for you. Share them with your friends.

 

  • Tippecanoe and Tyler Too – William Henry Harrison in 1840

  • 54-40 or Fight – James K. Polk in 1844

  • Reannexation of Texas and Reoccupation of Oregon – James K. Polk in 1844

  • Who is James K. Polk? – Henry Clay in 1844

  • For President of the People – Zachary Taylor in 1848

  • Free Soil, Free Labor, Free Speech, Free Men, and Fremont – John C. Fremont in 1856

  • Vote Yourself a Farm – Abraham Lincoln in 1860

  • Don’t Swap Horses in the Middle of the Stream – Abraham Lincoln in 1864

  • Blaine, Blaine, James G. Blaine, The Continental Liar from the State of Maine – Grover Cleveland in 1884

  • Ma, Ma, Where’s my Pa, Gone to the White House, Ha, Ha, Ha – James Blaine in 1884

  • Rejuvenated Republicanism – Benjamin Harrison in 1888

  • Patriotism, Protection, and Prosperity – William McKinley in 1896

  • Good Money Never Made Times Hard – William McKinley in 1896

  • A Full Dinner Pail – William McKinley in 1900

  • He Kept Us Out Of War – Woodrow Wilson in 1916

  • Return to Normalcy – Warren G. Harding in 1920

  • Cox and Cocktails – Warren G. Harding in 1920

  • Keep Cool With Coolidge – Warren G. Harding in 1920

  • A Chicken in Every Pot and a Car in Every Garage – Herbert Hoover in 1928

  • I Like Ike – Dwight Eisenhower in 1952

  • Peace and Prosperity – Dwight Eisenhower in 1956

  • For the Future – Richard Nixon in 1960

  • The Stakes are too High for You to Stay at Home – Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964

  • In your Heart you Know he’s Right – Barry Goldwater in 1964

  • Nixon’s the One – Richard Nixon in 1968

  • He’s Making us Proud Again – Gerald Ford in 1976

  • Not Just Peanuts – Jimmy Carter in 1976

  • A Leader, For a Change – Jimmy Carter in 1976

  • Are you better off than you were four years ago? – Ronald Reagan in 1980

  • It’s Morning Again in America – Ronald Reagan in 1984

  • America Needs a Change – Walter Mondale in 1984

  • Kinder, Gentler Nation – George Bush in 1988

  • Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow – Bill Clinton in 1992

  • Putting People First – Bill Clinton in 1992

  • Ross for Boss – Ross Perot in 1992

  • Building a Bridge to the 21st Century – Bill Clinton in 1996

  • The Better Man for a Better America – Bob Dole in 1996

  • Prosperity and Progress – Al Gore in 2000

  • Prosperity for America’s Families – Al Gore in 2000

  • Compassionate Conservatism – George W. Bush in 2000

  • Leave no Child Behind – George W. Bush in 2000

  • Real Plans for Real People – George W. Bush in 2000

  • Reformer With Results – George W. Bush in 2000

  • Government Of, By, and For the People…Not the Monied Interests – Ralph Nader in 2000

  • Let America be America Again – John Kerry in 2004

  • Yes, America Can! – George W. Bush in 2004

  • Country First – John McCain in 2008

  • Change We Can Believe In – Barack Obama in 2008

  • Change We Need – Barack Obama in 2008

  • Hope – Barack Obama in 2008

  • Yes We Can! – Barack Obama in 2008

  • Forward – Barack Obama in 2012

  • Believe in America – Mitt Romney in 2012

  • Make America Great Again – Donald Trump in 2016

  • I’m With Her – Hillary Clinton in 2016

  • Stronger Together – Hillary Clinton in 2016