North Carolina’s Republican Sen.-elect Jesse Helms, center, is surrounded by his family after his victory speech in Raleigh, in this Nov. 8, 1972, file photo.
North Carolina’s Republican Sen.-elect Jesse Helms, center, is surrounded by his family after his victory speech in Raleigh, in this Nov. 8, 1972, file photo. Associated Press
North Carolina’s Republican Sen.-elect Jesse Helms, center, is surrounded by his family after his victory speech in Raleigh, in this Nov. 8, 1972, file photo. Associated Press

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