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Harold E. Hughes (born as Harold Everett Hughes in Ida County, Iowa, died in Glendale, Arizona) was a famous Politician from USA, who lived between February 10, 1922 and October 23, 1996.


Harold Everett Hughes was governor of Iowa from 1963 to 1969, and he represented Iowa in the U.S. Senate 1969-1975.

Hughes served in the U.S. Army in World War II. He had an alcohol problem after the war, but got help from Alcoholics Anonymous. He started in 1955 an AA group in Ida Grove.

Hughes was a Republican in his youth. He changed his party to the Democrats and defeated ämbetsinnehavaren Norman A. Erbe in the governor's election in Iowa 1962nd
Senator Bourke B. Hickenlooper decided to not run for reelection in the Senate election 1968th Hughes barely defeated Republican David Stanley in the election and succeeded by Senator Hickenlooper of Iowa in January 1969. Hughes stood for election not to re-election after six years in the Senate.

After his time in the Senate, Hughes wrote his autobiography, along with Dick Schneider. The book The Man from Ida Grove: A Senator's Personal Story was published in January 1979.

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He is born under the zodiac aquarius, who is known for Knowledge, Humanitarian, Serious, Insightful, Duplicitous. Our collection contains 3 quotes who is written / told by Harold.

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Famous quotes by Harold E. Hughes (3)

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"A great sense of peace entered my body, and seemingly into every cell"
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"Let me die because I do not want to see the sun again"
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"I know no words of prayer - God help me because I can not help myself"