Bob Dole and Jack Kemp
Bob Dole was born in Russell, Kansas. His distinguished record of public service as a decorated combat veteran of World War II, state legislator, chairman of the Republican Party, Senate majority leader, and Republican nominee for president has made him one of the most influential politicians of our time.
Jack Kemp spent thirteen years as a quarterback for the San Diego Chargers and the Buffalo Bills. In 1970, he was elected to Congress where he represented Buffalo and Western New York for eighteen years. In 1993 he became U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
TRUSTING THE PEOPLE: The Dole-Kemp Plan to Free the Economy and Create a Better America (HarperCollins, 1996)