Rachel Bubar Kelly

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Rachel Bubar Kelly (November 22, 1922 — January 14, 2002) was the Prohibition Party candidate for United States Vice President in the 1996 presidential election as the running mate of Earl F. Dodge. Dodge had in the past been the running mate of her brother Ben Bubar.

Kelly was a graduate of Colby College (1947) and a President of the Women's Christian Temperance Union.[1]

Party political offices
Preceded by
George Ormsby
Prohibition Party Vice Presidential candidate
1996 (lost)
Succeeded by
W. Dean Watkins

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