|Birth Day||July 12, 1922|
|Birth Place||Minneapolis, MN|
|Age||98 YEARS OLD|
Minnesota Republican who had the unenviable job of orchestrating
He replaced Nixon's former attorney general, who resigned a month after Watergate, as the head of the re-election committee.
His sterling record, among swirling accusations of Nixon loyalists, helped him to propel
He was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, his father a lawyer and mother a teacher.
In 1970 he ran against, and lost to, Hubert Humphrey in an election for a vacated Senate seat.