Since 1828, every four years has seen the re-emergence of newspapers published on behalf of particular presidential candidates and aspirants. Despite the importance and longevity of the medium, however, it has largely been overlooked as an object of serious study. This volume is the only systematic treatment of the subject yet published. It presents both an historical overview and the first compilation of bibliographic data on the publications that comprise this genre. Following an introductory survey of the history of the campaign newspaper and a discussion of significant examples, the bibliography provides listings for newspapers supporting major-party and third-party candidates and other presidential hopefuls.