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Edmund Muskie
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U.S. Senator
    (March 28, 1914-March 26, 1996)
    Born in Rumford, Maine
    U.S. Secretary of State (May 8, 1980-January 20, 1981)
    Democratic U.S. Senator from Maine (1959-1980)
    Governor of Maine (1955-1959)
    He was the Vice Presidential nominee on Hubert Humphrey's failed Presidential bid (1968).
    He was overtaken by George McGovern as the 1972 Democratic Presidential nominee.
    He helped turn Maine from a heavily Republican to a heavily Democratic state.
    His middle name is 'Sixtus.'
    Some conservatives called him 'Mr. Clean' due to his positions on environmental issues.
    He served in the United States Navy during World War II.
    He graduated Cornell Law School.
    He was elected by Maine voters to four terms in the United States Senate.
    He was one of the first Senators to take environmental issues seriously.
    He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Jimmy Carter.
    He was the victim of a vicious smear campaign (including forged letters) by Richard Nixon.

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