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- Sen. Bob Dole Former Senator from Kansas, served in the Senate for 27 years and was Republican Leader for 12 years. He was the Republican nominee for President in 1996 and the vice presidential candidate in 1976. He is also the Chairman of the National World War II Memorial.
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