Edgar Doud Whitcomb (born November 6, 1917) was the 43rd Governor of Indiana.
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... In 1976, Whitcomb sought the Republican nomination to the United States Senate, but was defeated in the primary by Indianapolis Mayor Richard Lugar ... Whitcomb retired from his law practice in 1985, at age 68 ... Whitcomb took up sailing as a hobby and purchased a 30-foot (9.1 m) boat ...
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