Before paper bumper stickers were invented in the 1940s, cars were decorated with metal signs to be attached to license plates or bumpers. The size and shape of this plate suggests it was intended to be attached on top of a license plate. It promoted Democratic candidate Franklin D. Roosevelt who was elected to a record-setting four terms in 1932, 1936, 1940, and 1944.
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