He refused to certify Joseph Biden’s victory over Donald Trump in Detroit but later relented. A foe of Covid vaccines, he was hospitalized with the virus.
Mr. Dole, a son of the Kansas prairie who was left for dead on a World War II battlefield, became one of the longest-serving Republican leaders.
He served four presidents over six decades, mostly in the Justice Department and often as a key part of major investigations.
The first woman in that position, she rose from being a receptionist in the governor’s office to claiming the top job herself.
He lost both legs and an arm in the war. Republicans impugned his patriotism by linking him to Osama bin Laden in an infamous TV spot.