The Democratic Party
Black felt box included
2 3/8″W x 2 1/2″H
Why a Donkey?
During the 1828 presidential campaign, some of Andrew Jackson’s opponents referred to him as a jackass. Jackson immediately started to use sketches of this determined creature on his campaign posters- thus the logo for the party was created.
Brave, Smart & Determined
In 1870, Thomas Nast used a donkey in a political cartoon to represent the Democratic Party. His famous political cartoon appeared in Harper’s Weekly. Democrats refer to the donkey as both brave and smart.
Show your support for the Democratic party with this keepsake gift. It’s also and ideal thank you gift for campaign workers and supporters.