Bill Miller for Mayor of Berkeley
22.5 in HIGH x 17.5 in WIDE
(57.15 cm HIGH x 44.45 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Printing Pressmen and Assistants (Berkeley Free Press, Offset Printing) logo printed in green at the bottom center.

Poster has text and images that transition from blue at the top to red at the center and green at the bottom, all printed on white paper. At the top center is a photo of Albert Einstein with a planet on his forehead. At the top left is "Bill / Miller / For / Mayor", moving to the center below the image with "of Berkeley". At the top right is "Provo / Now! / legalize grass / 18 yr voting in city / police review board / free food centers". At the left and right center are religious images and "Free LSD". The imagery continued at the bottom, along with small text.

Countercultural activist Bill Miller ran for mayor of Berkeley, winning only one tenth of one percent of the votes. This was Ron Dellums’ first election, winning a seat on the city council. In 1969 Miller would run again, for city council. He lost, again. [LMC]

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