Elections and their outcomes affect whole nations. And even before voting age was lowered to 18 years of age, national politicians touched base at UP to stir up votes and enthusiasm. The University Museum and Archives announce a new election series featuring past presidential candidates who have visited The Bluff. The series begins with the earliest candidate on the list, Harold Stassen, and his campaign in the 1952 election. Follow this link to the blog post and return to the Museum and Archives site for more entries in the election series between now and the November election.
For more information contact Carolyn Connolly, museum coordinator, at email@example.com or X8038.