John F. Kennedy, (center), 29, war veteran and son of Joseph P. Kennedy, former Ambassador to Great Britain, casts his vote on June 18, 1946 in Boston, MA, in primary election in which he is running as a democratic candidate for Congress in the 11th district, a post now held by Boston Mayor James M. Curley (D). Young Kennedy is accompanied by his grandparents, former Boston Mayor John F. Fitzgerald (right), and Mrs. Fitzgerald (left).
Senator Stuart Symington holds up the front page of the Detroit Times, showing a portrait of John F. Kennedy and the headline "The Winner". Kennedy, who defeated Symington in the bid for Democratic presidential nominee, stands beside him.
July 1952 - Representative John F. Kennedy (D-MA) Holds Press Conference to Announce that he has Formed a Congressional Committee to Support Governor Adlai Stevenson for President - Original Associated Press (AP) News Wire Photograph
Rep. John Kennedy, Sept. 5, 1952 in Washington urges at a Labor Dept. hearing that minimum wages on government contracts in the textile industry “raised to a realistic level and continued on a national rather than a regional basis.” The present minimum is 87 cents an hour.