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RogueBeaver
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« on: February 02, 2014, 07:23:05 pm »

Ford perhaps. If Reagan wanted an ideological soulmate, Sen. Pete Dominick (CO) or Gov. Tim Hancock (MT). The senior Colorado senator, Gordon Allott, is much more experienced than those 2 (who took office in 1963/2 respectively) but not really known and at 61, pushing what they'd then consider an age limit.

Sanchez: Too old, especially in that era, and too liberal (except on Nam) for Reagan. Gender could also be a problem at the time, unfortunately.
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