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  • Barry "warhawk" Goldwater
  • Lyndon "B" Johnson
  • Goldwater after the 'Daisy Ad'
  • Barry Goldwater was an american business man, politician, author, and US senator. Who around 1953 was the republican party's nominee for president but in a landslide of votes, lost to LBJ.
  • Demcrafts running party
  • I made a fool out of you George Wallace
  • Lyndon Johnson a politician and 37th vice president of the united states. He is from Texas and has had an advanced political career serving as a US representative and in the US senate as the majority leader.
  • Replebicants running party
  • Was a controversial ad that aired only once on tv, and a tatic lyndon used to defeat Goldwater which was really successful since their were rumors of him being eager. Also it redefined political commercials becoming one of the most popular to ever air
  • Election Day
  • The only other candidate that held a light to Johnsons campaigning was george wallace, but he was sure he was not in a position to receive the democratic nomination and contributed mainly by promoting state rights to the northern audience, and in the end johnson had gained 1,106,99 votes in the primaries and beat wallace. 
  • In 1964 the republican party was badly divided to the point to where it was a political war to win the nomination, among it the conservatives rised and so did their champion Barry Goldwater along with his slick and stead fast running mate Rockefeller the oil extracter and though he was defeated in new hampshire by sire Henry Cabot Lodge he pressed on and even surpassed the tyrant Rockefeller
  • Isn't this a fun time Henry Cabot Jr!
  • haha much so Rockefeller! but wait...aren't we supposed to be doing something
  • Johnson beats Goldwater in the general election holding 61% of the popular vote, which this had only occured before in 1824 whereas  Goldwater had only won 38% of the popular vote and in the end only got 52 electoral votes. But Johnson had a landslide of 486 electoral votes more than nine times his opposing candidates votes. So from this it was clear who won, Lyndon Johnson was the winner of the election and next president of the united states
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