Just two days before being elected as Vice President of the United States, SPIRO AGNEW (center) enjoyed a visit to the Hall of Fame on Nov. 3, 1968. Showing the future VP the museum was the Hall of Fame’s Director Dick Gallagher (left) and Congressman Frank T. Bow.
Former Hall of Fame Director Dick Gallagher (left) conversed with President RICHARD NIXON who was in attendance of the 1971 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival. On the right of Nixon is NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle and Hall of Fame Board member Earl Schreiber.
U.S. Secretary of State HENRY KISSINGER toured the Hall of Fame in the early 1970s.
Vice President Gerald Ford addressed the audience at the 1974 Enshrinement Ceremony two months before becoming President.
GEORGE H. W. BUSH was Vice President of the United States when he toured the Hall of Fame with United States Representative Ralph Regula (left) and Hall of Fame quarterback and Stark county native Len Dawson.
Vice Presidential candidate DAN QUAYLE chats with Hall of Fame staff member Dave Motts during a surprise visit in 1988.
NEWT GINGRICH was a special guest during the 1995 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival highlighted by the debut of the expansion Carolina Panthers and Jacksonville Jaguars in the annual Hall of Fame Game. Here Gingrich poses with team owners Jerry Richardson (left) and Wayne Weaver.
U.S. Senator and Presidential candidate JOHN KERRY was interviewed on "Nightline" with Ted Koppel from the Hall of Fame. Here he is greeted by the Hall of Fame's Executive Director John Bankert (left) and Hall of Fame Board of Trustees Chairman John Muhlbach.
Vice President DICK CHENEY visited the Hall of Fame in July of 2004 as part of his campaign stop in Canton.
Vice Presidential candidate JOE BIDEN held a rally on the Hall of Fame’s FieldTurf Field in September 2008.
RUDY GIULIANI, the former Mayor of New York City and U.S. Presidential candidiate visited the Hall of Fame in 2010.
Senate Republican Leader MITCH McCONNELL of Kentucky toured the Hall of Fame on Sept. 9, 2010.
A photo gallery of visits by politicians to the Pro Football Hall of Fame including U.S. Presidents, Vice Presidents, Senators, Congressman and those on the campaign trail.