Dick Thornburgh

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Richard "Dick" Thornburgh is the former Republican governor of Pennsylvania (1979-1987) and served as Attorney General under George H.W. Bush (1988-1991), resigning in 1991 to run for the open U.S. Senate seat opened by H. John Heinz III, but was defeated by Harris Wofford.[1]

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  1. Dick Thornburgh in the Wikipedia.
  2. Trustees, Urban Institute, accessed August 29, 2008.

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