Fred Karger

Candate for Republican presidential nomination

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Openly gay candidate for the Republican nomination for President of the United States and activist for gay rights causes; long-time campaign strategist who served as a senior consultant on campaigns for Presidents Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush and Gerald Ford

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For most of his 62 years,  Fred Karger  has been involved in politics as a consultant to Republican politicians, first here in California, then nationwide.

Fred Karger for President?

For most of his 62 years, Fred Karger has been involved in politics as a consultant to Republican politicians, first here in California, then nationwide.

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