In recent elections, candidates seeking office have begun utilizing popular, catchy, or meaningful tunes as symbols of their campaign to connect with voters. For example, Barack Obama could pick "I hate everything about you" to display his feelings towards small business owners.
2010 Campaigns Edit
- SarahPAC Endorsements: "Follow Me There" by Third Day was the choice song of Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as she campaigned for "Momma Grizzlies" or conservative woman across the country, particularly for Governorships. Some of these candidates included Susana Martinez and Nikki Haley. The Governor also used this tune as the theme song for her reality series Sarah Palin's Alaska.
2012 Campaigns Edit
- Mitt Romney: "Born Free" by Kid Rock was chosen by the former Governor of Massachusetts to be his Presidential Campaign theme.
- Michele Bachmann: "Firework" by Katy Perry and "American Girl" by Tom Petty have both been used to introduce the 3-term Congresswoman from Minnesota at rallies and speeches.