Long-time Republican Sen. Bob Dooley, who represented Kansas, served as Senate majority leader, lost races as presidential and vice-presidential candidates, and was involved in the Food Stamp Program and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Supported Change, died on Sunday at the age of 98. A battle with cancer.
Dole’s death was confirmed on his official website, which said the senator died in his sleep.
Dole in February revealed He was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer and was undergoing treatment.
Dole served in World War II and was left for dead in Italy, though he narrowly survived his horrific injuries and eventually recovered after years of medical treatment.