JFK campaigns, 1960. The campaigns of JFK presidency was also very intriguing because they showed his wife on them to show people that it's not all about him it's about his family too. I chose this photo because it's interesting how the campaigns for his presidency have his wife on them and not him in huge font.
A fellow Democrat introduced Kennedy at a campaign rally in Muskegon, Michigan, with tremendous enthusiasm, Kennedy began his speech: “I want to express my appreciation to the governor. Every time he introduces me as the potentially greatest president in the history of the United States, I always think perhaps he is overstating it one or two degrees. George Washingon wasn’t a bad president and I do want to say a word for Thomas Jefferson. But, otherwise, I will accept the compliment.” JFK