U.S. President Eisenhower, Presidential candidates and their wives and citizens casting votes at the election day in the U.S.
United States USA Date:1960, November 8 Duration:3 min 33 sec Sound:Yes
The 1960 Presidential Election in the United States. A helicopter landing on a field in Pennsylvania. U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower with officials disembarks from the helicopter. Photographers taking pictures of the President. The President shaking hands with a few officials. Cars parked outside a building. The Barlow Firemen's Hall building. President Eisenhower standing with the officials inside the hall. Photographers taking pictures. A clock showing 7 O' clock. The President takes a ballot paper from an officer at a polling station and goes inside an area separated by a curtain and casts his vote. The President puts the ballot paper in a ballot box. President's wife Mamie Eisenhower casting her vote in the polling booth. Japanese Ambassador to the U.S. and his wife at a polling booth in Maryland viewing polling procedures. A woman officer showing a polling machine to the dignitaries. Republican Presidential candidate Richard Nixon and his wife Pat Nixon cast their votes at a polling station in a town in California. They put ballot papers in a ballot box. Democratic Presidential candidate John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline Kennedy casting their votes at a polling booth in Boston, Massachusetts. Several reporters taking pictures at the booth. Boards on buildings indicating a legal holiday on the election day. People entering a building to cast their votes. Burmese Ambassador to the U.S. at a polling booth in New York. View of Burmese officials. People in a queue at polling booths on the election day to cast votes. The U.S. flag and people at a polling booth.
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