Republican Party Side Tear Checks

Republican Party Side Tear Checks
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The Sign of the Elephant

Did you know that the cartoonist who popularized the elephant as a symbol of the GOP is the same illustrator who is recognized for depicting the first fat Santa?

It's true. His name was Thomas Nast, and he was a renowned political cartoonist who lived from 1857-1916. In early America, St. Nick was typically shown as a tall thin guy; Nast fattened him up and other illustrators of the time followed suit.

Then, on November 7, 1874, Harper's Weekly ran a Nast cartoon that debuted his Republican elephant, which has been hard at work representing conservatives ever since!

But editorial cartoons aren't the only place for the recognizable Republican elephant! Now there's a place for it in your pocketbook, too! Just choose Republican Party Side Tear Checks from CheckAdvantage to show your political colors every time you write a check.

This popular political design is also available as a set of matching address labels. Make both great products yours today!
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