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JOHN A. ANDREW,
For Lieutenant Governor,
JOHN NESMITH of Lowell.
For Secretary of the Commonwealth.
OLIVER WARNER of Northampton
For Treasurer and Receiver General,
HENRY K. OLIVER of Salem.
For Auditor of Accounts,
LEVI REED of Abington.
For Attorney General,
DWIGHT FOSTER of Worcester.
For Councillor of District No. 1,
NEHEMIAH BOYNTON of Chelsea.
For Senator 5th Suffolk District,
For Representatives to the General Court,
For District Attorney, Suffolk,
GEORGE P. SANGER.
For Clerk Supreme Judicial Court,
GEORGE C. WILDE.
For Clerk of Superior (Criminal) Court,
For Clerk of Superior (Civil) Court,
For Register of Deeds,
For Commissioners of Insolvency,
WILLIAM C. WILLIAMSON,
JAMES B. RICHARDSON.
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Before political candidates had access to television and radio, they got their message out through other media. Political buttons, banners, ribbons, and posters rallied support for a particular candidate or for a slate of candidates representing a given party. This ticket was a convenient way to remind voters of the Republican candidates running for office in Massachusetts in 1862. Listed are both state offices, such as Governor and Attorney General, and regional offices such as State Senator for the Fifth District.
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"Union Republican Ticket"
| publisher Commonwealth of Massachusetts
| date c. 1862
| location Boston, Massachusetts
| width 5.0"
| height 13.25"
| process/materials printed paper, ink
| item type Public Announcements/Handbill
| accession # #L01.102
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