Win With Wilson was just a common slogan used during Wilson’s first run for president during the Election of 1912. Since the Republican party was divided between Taft and Roosevelt, Wilson didn’t have to sling mud to get votes. Thus, the Democrats kept things pretty simple as far as campaign materials.
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