|Text on Button||AMERICA'S CHOICE FOR 1996 ROBERT DOLE|
Black and white photograph of a man's head and shoulders in the center of teh button on a white background with a blue outer ring on the top half and a red outer ring on the bottom half with white text
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Robert Dole served in the U.S. House of Representative between 1961 and 1969 and as U.S. Senator from Kansas from 1969- 1996. In 1995, he announced his candidacy for 1996 presidential election and won the Republican Party’s nomination. He chose Jack Kemp as his running mate, but was defeated by the incumbent Bill Clinton in November 1996. During his political career, Dole served as an advocate for men’s health issues as well as the Chairman of the National World War II Memorial fundraising campaign.