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Al Quie
Albert Harold Quie (/kwiː/ KWEE; born September 18, 1923) is an American politician and farmer. Quie, who served as member of the United States House of Representatives and Governor of Minnesota, is regarded as a moderate Republican. Quie was strongly considered by Ronald Reagan to be Vice President of the United States during the 1980 presidential election. He was also on Gerald Ford's list for possible vice presidents following the resignation of Richard Nixon in 1974. Quie is currently the oldest living former governor of any U.S. state and the oldest living former member of the United States House of Representatives. He ran for office countless times and never lost an election, was a 3rd generation farmer, and is a devout Lutheran. Quie is one of the last living politicians to have seen active combat in World War II.
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Born: 1923, Dennison

Alternate Names: Quie, Albert H., 1923-, Quie, Al, Quie, Al, 1923-, Quie, Albert Harold, 1923-, Albert Harold Quie
Occupation(s): farmer, politician, Legislators, Politicians
Associated Place(s): Minnesota, United States