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November 6

In 1962, Richard Nixon won the governor's race in California against Democratic incumbent Edmond Brown.

Kicked to the KerbHe was reelected in 1966, and used the office for another unsuccessful run at the presidency in 1968. After the loss in '68, he remarked to reporters, "you won't have Nixon to kick around anymore".

He left public life after this and devoted himself to memoirs of his life as Vice-President and Governor.






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