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Richard P. Howe, Jr. Collection J- R

Measuring the Education

A handout from Kim Judge's 2003 campaign for Lowell School Committee.

Kennedy

A bumper sticker from Ted Kennedy's 1994 campaign for re-election to the United States Senate. Kennedy served in the Senate from 1962- 2009.

Kennedy for Council

A bumper sticker from one of Bob Kennedy's campaigns for Lowell City Council. Kennedy ran several campaigns between 1971 and 1991.

Kerry for Senate

A bumper sticker from one of John Kerry's campaigns for the United States Senate. Kerry served in the Senate from 1984- 2008.

Democrat for Governor

A button from Ed King's 1978 campaign for Governor of Massachusetts. 

Leahy for State Senate

A button from Dan Leahy's 1992 campaign for Massachusetts State Senate. 

Fighting for Lowell Schools

A handout from one of Jim Leary's campaigns for Lowell School Committee. Leary served on the School Committee from 2005 until 2015, when he ran for City Council.

LeLacheur Representative

A bumper sticker from one of Ed LeLacheur's campaigns for State Representative. A Lowell native, LeLacheur was first elected in 1975, was re-elected several times, and served until 1997.

For Good Government

A handout from one of Curtis LeMay's campaigns for Lowell City Council. LeMay served on the City Council from 1987 through 1993.

Support Quality Education

A handout with information on the 1971 Lowell School Committee candidates that supported or opposed Superintendent Wayne Peters.

Lynch for U.S. Senator

A bumper sticker from Stephen F. Lynch's 2013 campaign during a Special Election for the United States Senate.

Vote Machado

A button from Laurie Machado's 1994 campaign for Lowell City Council. 

Markey for Senate

A bumper sticker from Ed Markey's 2013 Special Election campaign for the United States Senate.

Martin for State Representative

A button from Bill Martin's 1998 campaign for Massachusetts State Representative. 

McMahon for Councillor

A button from Brian McMahon's 1993 campaign for Lowell City Council.

Meehan for Congress

A bumper sticker from one of Marty Meehan's campaigns for United States Congress. Meehan served in the House of Representatives from 1992 until 2006.

Re-Elect Joe Mendonça

A door hanger from Joe Mendonça's 2013 campaign for Lowell City Council. Mendonça ran several campaigns and was elected to the position multiple times between 2005 and 2015.

Jobs, Safety, Neighborhoods

A handout from one of Jim Milinazzo's campaigns for Lowell City Council.

For ALL of Lowell

A bumper sticker from Derek Mitchell's 2013 campaign for Lowell City Council.

 

 

Bill Moriarty

A headshot of the 1958 Democratic candidate for Massachusetts State Representative, Bill Moriarty.

Morse for Congress

A button from F. Brad Morse's 1960 campaign for United States Congress. Morse was elected and re-elected for a total of six terms before resigning from Congress to become Under Secretary General of the United Nations.

Murphy for Representative

A bumper sticker from one of Kevin Murphy's campaigns for State Representative. Murphy held the position from 1996 until 2013.

Mullin for Lieutenant Governor

A button from Joe Mullin's 1994 campaign for Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts.

Newell, Jr. for City Council

A button from Dan Newell, Jr.'s 1987 campaign for Lowell City Council.

Noonan School Committee

A bumper sticker from John Noonan's 1971 or 1973 campaign for Lowell School Committee. 

Go Perot!

A button from Ross Perot's 1992 campaign for President of the United States.

Re-Elect Tarsy

A folding emergency wallet card from one of Tarsy Poulios' campaigns for re-election to Lowell City Council. First elected in 1987, Poulios was re-elected in 1989, 1991, and 1993.

It's Time to be Bold Again

A pamphlet from George Ramirez's 2003 campaign for Lowell City Council.

Roosevelt and Massie

A button from Mark Roosevelt and Robert Massie's 1994 campaign for Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts.

Rourke for Congress

A button from Ray Rourke's 1978 campaign for United States Congress.