U.S. Sen. Bob Dole, R-Kansas, and his wife Elizabeth wave from the back of a train in Concord, N.H., Friday afternoon, Dec. 8, 1995, where Dole officially filed for the New Hampshire Presidential Primary. Dole, who took a train from Manchester, N.H., walked from the train stop to the Statehouse in Concord where he signed his declaration of candidacy papers. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia) ASSOCIATED PRESS
The milk mustache celebrity ad campaign superimposed milk mustaches on President Clinton and challenger Bob Dole's portraits in an advertisement being displayed in the United States election eve, Monday Nov.4,1996. The ad copy urges: "Vote. Strengthen America's Backbone." "We created this ad as a fun, light-hearted reminder that will catch people's attention and urge them to stop by the voting booth this election," according to Kurt Graetzer, executive director of the Milk Processor Education Program. (AP Photo/ho,National Fluid Milk Processors Board) ASSOCIATED PRESS
Republican presidential hopeful Bob Dole sticks his finger into the icing of his cake for a taste during his birthday celebration in Russell, Kan., Monday, July 22, 1996. At left is Russell T. Townsley, Dole's long time friend and organizer of his Kansas birthday celebration. (AP Photo/Cliff Schiappa) ASSOCIATED PRESS
President Bill Clinton and Sen. Bob Dole, R-KS, prepare for opening remarks at their first presidential debate at the Bushnell Theater in Hartford, Conn., Sunday Oct. 6, 1996. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa) ASSOCIATED PRESS
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responds to a question from members of the media as Republican presidential hopeful Bob Dole listens during their meeting in New York City Thursday July 11, 1996. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia) ASSOCIATED PRESS
Republican presidential hopeful Bob Dole points to a trailer parked next door to his Russell, Kan., home and jokingly says his vice presidential selection is hiding in it, as his wife, Elizabeth, center, and daughter, Robin Dole, laugh Friday afternoon, Aug. 9, 1996. The Doles are standing in front of their Russell, Kan., home. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia) ASSOCIATED PRESS
Republican presidential hopeful Bob Dole and his newly selected vice presidential running mate Jack Kemp shake hands with supporters at the end of a Dole-Kemp rally in Russell, Kan., Saturday afternoon, Aug. 10, 1996. Dole used the event to introduce his supporters to Kemp. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia) ASSOCIATED PRESS
Republican presidential candidate Sen. Bob Dole watches the vote which put him over the top as the official Republican nominee in the race for President with wife Elizabeth from their hotel room in San Diego Wednesday, Aug. 14, 1996. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia) ASSOCIATED PRESS
Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole exits his plane upon arrival in Wichita, Kan., Friday evening, Oct. 18, 1996. Dole was in Wichita to attend a rally for Kansas congressional candidates. (AP Photo/Steve Rasmussen) ASSOCIATED PRESS
Republican presidential hopeful Bob Dole looks at his watch as his vice presidential running mate Jack Kemp laughs as they watch Dole's wife Elizabeth address the Republican National Convention in San Diego, Wednesday night, Aug. 14, 1996. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia, Pool) ASSOCIATED PRESS
Former President George Bush and Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole campaign Thursday, Oct. 31, 1996, at the Tampa Theatre in Tampa, Fla. With only five days until Election Day, Dole is suggesting President Clinton may have committed illegal acts while president. (AP Photo/Scott Martin) ASSOCIATED PRESS
Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole, right, and running mate Jack Kemp wave after being introduced at the start of their rally at St. Louis Arch National Park, Monday, Sept. 1, 1996. Elizabeth Dole is at left and Joanne Kemp is at right. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia) ASSOCIATED PRESS
Bob Dole and his wife Elizabeth wave from the podium on the floor of the Republican National Convention in San Diego, Thursday, August 15, 1996 as confetti falls. Dole accepted the Republican presidential nomination Thursday night in a dramatic convention climax. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) ASSOCIATED PRESS
Bob Dole shakes hands with supporters as Sam Brownback and Elizabeth Dole look on. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Bob Dole greets supporters after voting in Russell. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
School children rally in support of Bob Dole on election day in Russell. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Bob and Elizabeth Dole emerge from the booth after voting in Russell. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Bob and Elizabeth Dole pick up their ballots just before voting in Russell. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
ADV. FOR TUES. PMS, NOV. 19--FILE--Former Republican presidential canadiate Bob Dole, left, gestures during the opening skit with actor Norm MacDonald, right, who is portraying Dole, during the dress rehearsal of NBC's ``Saturday Night Live'' Saturday, Nov. 16, 1996, in New York. In the two weeks since Dole's defeat, he has made guest shots on shows such as NBC's "SNL" and David Letterman's "Late Show" on CBS.(AP Photo/NBC-TV, Mary Allen Matthews) AP
Bob Dole shakes hands with supporters after voting in Russell. Eagle photo by Laura RAuch.
Bob Dole is applauded by his family and friends at his home in Russell. Dole returned to Russell to vote. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Bob Dole laughs with Wichitan Mark Tilford while greeting supporters in Russell on election day. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Bob, Elizabeth and Robin Dole wave to supporters outside his home in Russell on election day. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Bob Dole waves to supporters in Russell after visiting his home on election day. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Republican presidential hopeful Bob Dole, R-Kansas, peeks around a curtain to acknowledge a supporter prior to being introduced at a rally at Husson College in Bangor, Maine, Saturday, March 2, 1996. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty) ASSOCIATED PRESS
Congressman Pat Roberts with Bob Dole during a campaign stop in Wichita. (jeff tuttle/staff)
Leader, Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole's miniature schnauzer, yawns while waiting for the start of a fourth debate in the presidential campaign Thursday night, Oct. 17, 1996 in Washington. The debate dealt with which pet would be the best first pet, a dog or cat. (AP Photo/Joe Marquette) AP
FILE--The following are the candidates for the 1996 U.S. presidential race, Bill Clinton, Democrat; Bob Dole, Republican; Ross Perot, Reform Party. (AP Photo/File) AP
FILE -- Supporters crowd around the stage holding Bob and Elizabeth Dole, their daughter Robin and Jack and Joanne Kemp during a rally in downtown Russell, Kan., Saturday, Aug. 10, 1996. Dole introduced Kemp to his hometown crowd and they welcomed him with cheers and signs. The story of Dole's run for the presidency was voted the top news story of 1996 in Kansas by state AP member newspaper editors. (AP Photo/Cliff Schiappa) AP
080596/ OLLIE MANNINEN/ CORRESPONDENT PHOTO BY GREGORY REC. Ollie Manninen saved Bob Dole during WWII.
Gloria Nelson shows the support for her brother Bob Dole by adorning her home with campaign signs. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Gloria Nelson, left, and Norma Jean Steele share a smile in the backyard of the home where they grew up in Russell. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Bob Dole's sisters Norma Jean Steele, left, and Gloria Nelson sit in the master bedroom of the home they grew up in. Photographs of Bob, left, and Kenny Dole in their WWII uniforms adorn the wall. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Retired cowboy boots cap fence posts in a field just south of Russell near 281 Highway. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Alice Mills was Bob Dole's math teacher in high school. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Marty Dumler looks out the window of the Sunflower Bar at 832 Main in Russell where owners Linda and Charlie Brown have adorned their window with Dole sighns. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Sfilata di mezzi storici nel centro di Castel D'aiano per festeggiare la nomination di Bob Dole. Dole, durante la seconda guerra mondiale fu ferito sulle colline vicino a questo paese sull'Appennino tosco-emiliano. (AP Photo/Ferrari) vp ASSOCIATED PRESS
Harold and Faith Dummler knew Bob Dole as a young man in Rusell. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Peter Laurie rides his horse "Skipper" past the coop where Bob Dole's father worked in Russell. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Bob Dole's Kansas residence at 1035 N. Maple is the same home he grew up in. Eagle photo by Laura Rauch.
Employees of Abracadabra, a retail store in New York city's Greenwich Village, model the latest styles in political masks, including the new Bob Dole presidential mask, Wednesday, June 5, 1996. The Dole mask will retail for $24. Also shown are Newt Gingrich, upper left, along with Bill and Hillary Clinton.(AP Photo/Chris Kasson) AP
Sen. Bob Dole listens as First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks to a group at the health care conference held in Kansas City, Oct.29, 1993. photo by Brian Corn
Bob and Elizabeth Dole cheer during a rally for Dole at Russell High School Monday afternoon. Dole came back to his home town for a victory ralley for winning the Republican nomination. The Wichita Eagle/photo by Laura Rauch.
Sen. Bob Dole reacts with a smile as hundreds of balloons drop from the ceiling of Russell High School during a rally Monday afternoon in Russell, Ks. Dole returned to his hometown for a victory rally.. The Wichita Eagle/Randy Tobias
Sen. Bob Dole, with his wife Elizabeth at his side, greets cheering supporters in Russel, KS Monday afternoon. (Randy Tobias/Staff)
Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole, of Kan., gestures toward his arm, injured in World War II, while meeting with a young tour group on Capitol Hill Tuesday, March 19, 1996. Voters in the industrial Midwest could drain what suspense remains in the Republican presidential competition Tuesday as evidence points to yet another primary-night prize for Dole. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee) AP
Republican presidential hopeful Bob Dole greets supporters as he enters the Illinois State Capitol building for a "Dole For President Rally" in Springfield, Ill., Monday, March 18, 1996. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia) AP