Dave Davidson shows Mike Huckabee the section of the exhibit dedicated to his campaign.
Dave Davidson shows Mike Huckabee the section of the exhibit dedicated to his campaign.
Dave Davidson shows Mike Huckabee the section of the exhibit dedicated to his campaign.
Dave Davidson shows Mike Huckabee the section of the exhibit dedicated to his campaign.

(Des Moines, IA) If a picture is worth a thousand words then Dave Davidson, whose work can be found at Prezography.com, has spoken volumes through eight years of political photography in Iowa. Davidson who first launched into political photography before the 2008 Iowa Caucus through former Governor Mike Huckabee’s campaign. Huckabee and his wife Janet were stopped by Davidson’s “Shooting the President” Art Exhibition that runs through February 19 at the Polk County Heritage Art Gallery (SE corner of 2nd Ave. and Walnut in downtown Des Moines).

Davidson gave Huckabee a tour of the exhibit, made a few remarks and gave Huckabee and his wife a hard drive containing all of the pictures and videos he has taken of Huckabee over the last eight years.

He then encouraged Huckabee to spray paint a road sign that was part of the exhibit.

Prior to the Iowa Caucuses two additional presidential candidates will swing through Davidson’s exhibit. Carly Fiorina will be available tonight at 5:30p, and former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) will come through the exhibit on Friday morning at 10:00a.

Watch the promo video for the exhibit below:

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