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Josiah Bartlet's 1998 campaign slogan. It was seen at the beginning of Season Four, in the flashbacks to that first run at the [[White House]]. It is also to some degree echoed in Leo's decision in Season One, that the time has come to "[[Let Bartlet Be Bartlet]]".
 
Josiah Bartlet's 1998 campaign slogan. It was seen at the beginning of Season Four, in the flashbacks to that first run at the [[White House]]. It is also to some degree echoed in Leo's decision in Season One, that the time has come to "[[Let Bartlet Be Bartlet]]".
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<!-- The Bartlet For America slogan for Josiah Bartlet's 1998 Presidential campaign. This was led by Josiah Bartlett who's Campaign Manager was Leo McGarry and Josh Lyman as Strategist and Toby Ziegler and Sam Seaborn As Speechwritters and C.J Cregg as Press Secatary.
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Bartlett won the nomination defeating Senate Majority Leader John Hoynes and won the 1998 Presidential election . We discover in the final episode Tommorow That Leo had left it as a gift !-->
 
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Revision as of 18:46, October 28, 2019

Josiah Bartlet's 1998 campaign slogan. It was seen at the beginning of Season Four, in the flashbacks to that first run at the White House. It is also to some degree echoed in Leo's decision in Season One, that the time has come to "Let Bartlet Be Bartlet".

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