Did someone say it was “T” time?
As our fellow political junkies know, for some time now we’ve been exhibiting photos of unidentified buttons, arranged alphabetically by prospect names, for you to assist detect. We just cannot make heads or tails of these candidates, most of whom we’ve under no circumstances listened to of. And when we see a “Smith for Congress” or a “Jones for Senator” button, how do we know which Smith or which Jones? So we have been publishing pics of these buttons, hoping you will have the remedy. Normally, you have appear by means of, which is most appreciated.
Consequently far, we have finished the initial 18 letters of the alphabet. (Verify out our previous “Who Dats”: Unknowns beginning with the Letter A, Letter B, two internet pages for Letter C (right here and below), Letter D, Letter E, Letter F, Letter G, Letter H, Letter I, Letter J, Letter K, Letter L, Letter M, Letter N, Letter O, Letter P, Letter R and to components for Letter S (listed here and listed here). Allow the history exhibit we never have enough unidentified Q candidates to record. We even have one demonstrating of buttons with photographs only — no names. That’s even more difficult to decipher.
It’s now time for T. Any strategy on who these T candidates R? Many thanks!
Be aware: I really don’t believe the “Bill Thomas” in the first row is for the California congressman, but I could be mistaken. The foxed “Re-elect Thomas U.S. Senator” in the second line is from Utah, Oklahoma or Idaho. But which a single?