Kennedy and Nixon campaign for the Presidential election of 1960 and give reasons for being elected as President.
United States USA Date:1960, October 20 Duration:6 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
Presidential election of 1960. Candidates for Presidential election race, John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon. Kennedy being welcomed during his campaign. Confetti being poured as people cheer the Kennedy couple. Kennedy at the Democratic Convention in Los Angles along with his sister and mother after being declared the Presidential candidate. Kennedy as Senator as he attends Senate committee meetings. Kennedy with his running mate Lyndon B. Johnson. Democratic Party's election campaign in Berlin, West Germany. Kennedy with wife Jacquelin and daughter Caroline. Republican party candidate Richard Nixon at Republican convention after being declared the party's Presidential candidate. Nixon with his running mate Henry Cabot Lodge. Nixon being welcomed in Poland by cheering crowds and he visits the Warsaw ghetto. Vice President Richard Nixon with Russian premier Khrushchev. Nixon campaigns extensively and receive enthusiastic crowds in various cities. Both the candidates give reasons for choosing them as the next President. Kennedy says that he aims at making America a stronger country. Whereas Nixon speaks about the experience gained by him under President Eisenhower. He emphasizes on maintaining peace without surrendering. Nixon and Kennedy after giving the reasons for their election. They shake hands as photographers take pictures.
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