Richard Lugar: U.S. Senator Defends His Indiana Residency

Sen. Richard Lugar of Indiana has served 35 years in the Senate, casting nearly 12,000 votes. He has been nominated for a Nobel Prize and has been considered for secretary of state. The Republican hasn't broken a sweat on Election Day since 1976, when gas averaged 55 cents a gallon and Gerald Ford was president. Yet there was Lugar back in Indiana during the Senate's February recess, shaking hands on assembly lines, speaking at Lincoln Day dinners, conducting meet-and-greets straight out of...Full Story
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