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The death of Gerald Ford came three days after Robert Stafford passed away. Stafford’s tenure as a United States Senator from Vermont was concurrent with Ford’s presidency. The last time that happened was in January 1933, when the deaths of Calvin Coolidge and Guy Goff came two days apart. A West Virginia Republican, Goff was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1924, running on Coolidge’s ticket.

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