From the wacky to the downright weird, check out these strange but true campaign slogans.
Sunflowers Die in November -- 1936 presidential slogan of Franklin D. Roosevelt. It references his opponent Alfred Landon's home state flower and the month of the presidential election.
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Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images for NAACP Image Awards
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