From the 1952 election that put Eisenhower into office to today, a look back.
Why let campaign messaging go to waste?
With his wife, Gena, urges Evangelical Christians to get to the polls or else America faces “the triumph of evil” and “1,000 years of darkness.”
Campaigns, super PACs, and everyone else have churned out ads by the minute this election cycle. Here are some of the strangest.
He’d definitely be selling Viagra. You have to admit, stock footage of Mitt Romney looks eerily like stock footage from erectile dysfunction ads.
HBO’s “Game of Thrones” has always been more of a political drama than a traditional fantasy, which is what makes these political attack-style “ads” for the series so hilarious and spot-on. These shorts produced by Mother Jones do contain spoilers for season two.
Mittens makes up for taking the president’s words out of context in this very sweet pro-Obama campaign ad.
This is the National Republican Senatorial Committee’s idea of an April fool’s joke. Watch Video ›
The International Society of Human Rights came up with these brilliant ads spoofing some of the world’s dictators. If it were only this easy to get rid of these guys. View List ›
McCain has a new ad showing Obama praising him for his work on global warming. It basically winds up making Obama look like a respectful, reasonable person. So, you know, take THAT, Barack! Gotcha!
I’ll never forget Harrison Greely III vs. Charles McHutchence vs. Reverend Anders; its Really great. What else should be on this list? Watch Video ›
Shot in the style of an anti-drug ad (with Gossip Girl stars thrown in for flash), this political ad makes it clear how preachy drug PSAs can be. “Voting Republican, even once, can have disastrous effects that last for years.” Watch Video ›
This ad for Jim Slattery, who’s running for Senate in Kansas, walks the thin line between political timeliness and urine jokes. Voters are definitely getting wet in one way or another. The moment when the big fat cat starts dousing the tiny voters and looks down, laughing: A creepiness rating of 10. Watch Video ›