|Title||Vote to Elect Bill Moore|
Black-and-white postcard promoting the candidacy of Bill Moore to the Ohio House of Representatives. On the left side of the front of the postcard is a black-and-white image of Bill Moore with the caption: "BILL MOORE / Will Be A Representative / FOR PEOPLE / Not For Special Interest Groups". On the right side of the front of the postcard is: "Vote to Elect / BILL MOORE / DEMOCRAT / State Representative / [image of 93rd district including parts of Muskingum and Washington counties and Guernsey, Noble, Monroe counties.] / 93rd Ohio House District / Paid for by: Moore Committee, 112 Andover Road, / Woodsfield, OH 43793, William Moore, Treasurer"
On the reverse is the text: "The new 93rd Ohio House District has an opportunity to send an experienced new spokesperson to the state government in Columbus.
Bill Moore, a newspaper publisher for twenty-one years, was an elected member of the State School Board for four terms, Village Council one term and an appointed staff member of the State Treasurer, State Auditor and a U.S. Senator.
Send a message: GOVERNMENT IS FOR THE PEOPLE, not special interest groups. It is time for a change. Elect Bill Moore State Representative."
In the upper right-hand corner is a postage stamp-sized box that reads: "23 [cents] U.S. Postage Required." There are lines for the address and then "OHIO" and "ZIP".
|Year Range from||2002|
|Year Range to||2006|
|Dimensions||H-4.5 W-6 inches|
No information could be found on Bill Moore. The date range assigned to the postcard comes from the period June 30, 2002 to January 7, 2006 when it cost 23 cents to mail a postcard.
William L. Phillis, of Columbus, Ohio, donated a collection of political memorabilia to the Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board in 2009.
The Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board took over the care of the Statehouse and its collections in 1988.
|Collection||William Phillis Collection|