Williamsport, Lycoming County- One central Pennsylvania museum is in election mode just in time for Wednesday night's debate.
The Thomas T. Taber museum opened a political memorabilia display Wednesday.
The exhibit includes past campaign odds and ends including pins, pamphlets, and even a copy of Thomas Jefferson's second inaugural speech printed in 1805. The Lycoming County Historical Society hope this will give people an idea of how campaigning has changed over the years.
Taber Museum Executive Director, Gary Parks, says, "of course with the upcoming election we thought it was an opportune time to bring out some of the items. To bring out of storage items that are not necessarily brought out on a regular basis. It reminds us that politics have not changed all that much. A little bit of mudslinging a little bit of he said she said."
Parks says he hope to add more things to the exhibit over the next few weeks. It will open to the public Now through the election. The Taber museum is open Tuesday through Sunday.