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List of Famous Political Slogans

Political slogans are used by every political party around the world to attain the attention of their voters and also to explain their agenda in few words. Many revolutions came because of extra-ordinary slogans.

We have collected a list of famous political slogans of 18th, 19th, 20th & 21st for you.


Abolish the wages system [used by the Socialist Party of Great Britain]


A fair day’s wage for a fair day’s work [used by American unions]


Alba gu bràth (Scotland forever) [Scottish Gaelic slogan for Scottish allegiance]


All Power to the Imagination! [Situationist slogan used during May 1968 in Paris]


Are you thinking what we’re thinking? [British Conservative Party slogan]


Britain Deserves Better [British Labour Party slogan for the 1997 General Election]


Better dead than Red [anti-Communist slogan]


Black Power [A political slogan and a name for various associated ideologies]


Bread and roses [labor and immigrant rights slogan]


Catch up and overtake America!  [Slogan invented by Nikita Khrushchev in 1957]


Come and take it [Slogan at the Battle of Gonzales]


Death to fascism, freedom to the people [anti-Nazi slogan used by the Yugoslav resistance movement during World War II]


Deeds Not Words [W.S.P.U. suffragette slogan, 1903]


Democracia Real Ya!  (Real Democracy Now!) [ Used in the 2011 Spanish protests]


Doctors need to be preserved, not reserved. [ Slogan used by medical students]


Don’t let him take Britain back to the 1980s [2010 Labour poster attacking Conservative leader, David Cameron]


Don’t Mess with Texas [slogan that began as anti-littering campaign]


Don’t Stop, Keep Going On! [The general electoral slogan of the Justice and Development Party in the Turkish general elections of 2007]


Drill, baby, drill [slogan used by the U.S. Republican party to call for increasing domestic oil and gas production]


Each for all and all for each [Tariff Reform League, 1905]


Eat the Rich [A leftist slogan originally traced back to Jean-Jacques Rousseau]


One people, one empire, one leader [Nazi Germany]


Empower your Future [Slogan used by the Workers’ Party of Singapore in the 2015 general election]


England Will Fight to the Last American   [Slogan of the America First Committee]


Now… The Next Steps [slogan used during 2007 Irish General Election]


Fuck War!  [Anti-Iraq War phrase made famous by Russian group t.A.T.u]


Give me liberty, or give me death! [Slogan coined by Patrick Henry prior to the American Revolutionary War]


Glory to Ukraine! Glory to Heroes!  [Slogan of Ukrainian nationalists]


God made Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve [ Anti-gay slogan used by Christians who oppose homosexuality on religious grounds]


Go For Growth [Australian Liberal 2007 campaign slogan used by John Howard]


Go Nawaz Go [Inqilab March – Azaadi March slogan used by Pakistan Awami Tehrik and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf supporters]


He killed my ma, he killed my pa, but I will vote for him [Charles Taylor’s 1997 election slogan. Taylor threatened to restart the country’s civil war if he wasn’t elected]


He’s good enough for me [Balfour’s Conservative poster, 1905]


Hey, Hey, LBJ, how many kids you kill today?  [Anti-Vietnam War and anti-Lyndon B. Johnson slogan from the 1960s]


I agree with Nick [Unofficial Liberal Democrat slogan for the 2010 United Kingdom general election]


If you want a nigger for a neighbour, vote Liberal or Labour  [Slogan for the successful candidacy of Peter Griffiths for Smethwick in the 1964 general election]


I’m Backing Hacking [slogan adopted by supporters of Labour Candidate John Hacking in the 2014]


It’s Scotland’s oil [Used by the Scottish National Party (SNP) during the 1970s]


It’s Time [Used by the Australian Labor Party in 1972; they had been out of government since 1949]


Jai Jawan Jai Kisan [Used by the Prime Minister of India Lal Bahadur Shashtri in 1965; It means hail the soldier and hail the farmer]


Joy Bangla [Slogan used by the people in the Liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971]


Lips That Touch Liquor Must Never Touch Mine [slogan of the Anti-Saloon League of the U.S]


Maggie, Maggie, Maggie – Out, Out, Out [Popular chant used at rallies and marched opposing the government of Margaret Thatcher]


Make America Great Again [Slogan used by Ronald Reagan, Donald Trump and other modern day Conservative American leaders]


Make it 15 (#Makeit15) [Award-winning slogan and hashtag for the re-election campaign of Liberal Democrat MP of 10 years]


Make love, not war [anti-war slogan began during the War in Vietnam]


Moving New Hampshire Forward [Slogan used by Maggie Hassan in her 2012 NH gubernatorial campaign]


Naya Pakistan [Slogan used by Pakistan Tehreek Insaf in its 2013 election campaign]


Never had it so good [1957 campaign under Harold Macmillan’s leadership of the Tories]


Never been had so good [1957 campaign slogan of the British Labour Party (in response to the Tory slogan)]


New Labour, New Danger [Slogan on 1997 Conservative Party campaign poster showing Tony Blair with glowing red eyes]


They shall not pass! But we will!)  [Slogan of International Brigade in Spanish Civil War]


No Surrender!  [Pro Northern Irish Loyalist slogan referring to the Siege of Derry]


No taxation without representation [slogan first used during the American Revolutionary War]


Not a step back! [The motto representing Joseph Stalin’s Order No. 227 issued on July 28, 1942]


No War but Class War [general anti-militarist slogan]


Power to the people [A frequent anti-establishment slogan used in a variety of contexts by different political groups]


Proletariat of the world, unite!  [A Soviet communist slogan coined by Karl Marx from The Communist Manifesto]


Promises Kept [Slogan used by Thomas P. Gordon in 2012 race for New Castle County Executive]


Rally Around O’Malley [Campaign slogan used during Patrick O’Malley’s 2002 Illinois gubernatorial campaign]


Remember Pearl Harbor!  [A slogan, a song, an invitation to encourage American patriotism and sacrifice during World War II]


Remember the Maine!  [The rallying cry during the Spanish–American War]


Safety First – [1929 Conservative election poster]


Serve the People [A political slogan of Mao Zedong]


Simon Go Back [Against the Simon Commission]


Stanley Baldwin the Man You Can Trust!  [1929 election poster]


Stay the course [A slogan popularized by the Bush administration as the strategy for the Iraq War]


Stop the boats [Tony Abbott, during his time as Leader of the Liberal Party]


Tabdeeli aa nahi rahi – Tabdeeli aa gai hai  [Slogan used by Pakistan Tehreek Insaf during their 2013 election campaign]


The Buck Stops Here [A phrase first uttered by Harry S. Truman in reference to government accountability]


The Chinese must go [used by 19th century California labor leader Dennis Kearney, known for his anti-Chinese stance, who ended every speech with the phrase]


The personal is political [Associated with second wave feminism in the 1960s]


The rich get richer and the poor get poorer [Used by Marxist-inspired socialists to criticize capitalism]


The whole world is watching [phrase used by anti-war demonstrators and others]


They shall not pass [Used during the Battle of Verdun in World War I by French General Robert Nivelle]


Think globally, act locally or “Think global, act local”  [environment slogan]


Our Day Will Come [slogan for a United Ireland]


Trust Baldwin he will steer you to safety!  [1929 Conservative poster]


Tyler and Texas!  [John Tyler’s slogan for supporting the annexation of Texas]


Vivre Libre ou Mourir (“Live free or die”) [French Revolution slogan]


Vote for Change [British Conservative party slogan for the 2010 general election]


We are the 99% [A solidarity internet meme commonly associated with the 2011 Occupy Wall Street and associated protests]


White Power [slogan of white supremacists]


With you, For you, For Singapore [People’s Action Party slogan in the 2015 general election, Singapore]


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