|Object Name||Sticker, Bumper|
|Dimensions||H-3.75 W-12 inches|
|Description||This bumper sticker is from for Louie B. Nunn and H. Bemis Lawrence’s respective 1967 gubernatorial and lieutenant gubernatorial campaign. It is black bumper sticker with orange text, with the exception of a white rectangle in the upper right corner, diagonally slanted up to the right, with the word ”VOTE” inside it in black. To the right of this rectangle are the orange letters, which read ”NUNN / LAWRENCE,” and take up the majority of the space on the sticker. In the lower right corner is a small white union trademark with a black ”512” at its center.|
|Notes||Louie Nunn, of Glasgow, was the Republican nominee for Governor in 1967. He defeated Democrat Henry Ward. The donor worked in the local presidential campaigns of Nelson Rockefeller and Eugene McCarthy in Louisville.|
|Collection||KHS Museum Collection|
Nunn, Louie B.
Lawrence, H. Bemis
|Physical Holder||Kentucky Historical Society - KHS|