The Most Memorable Campaign Ads from Eisenhower to Obama

The advent of television fundamentally changed the nature of political campaigns: Candidates were suddenly able to reach voters through paid advertisements beamed directly into their homes. More recently, the rise of the Internet and YouTube has allowed candidates to reach even wider audiences. Take a look at some of the most memorable presidential campaign spots, from Eisenhower to Obama.

Everyone over 50 can remember the Johnson ad called ‘daisy’

How about the 1984 ad?

Then there is the 1992 ad, ‘read my lips’

Watch more at   Memorable Campaign Ads – CBS News.

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Presidential Campaign Commercials 1952-2008

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