Which presidential candidate was the first spokesman for Viagra?

Which presidential candidate was the first spokesman for Viagra?
-Mitt Romney
-John McCain
-Al Gore
-Bob Dole



Bob Dole





Answer: In 1996, Bob Dole was the Republican Party’s candidate for the presidency, but lost to President Bill Clinton. Since leaving politics, Dole has made numerous appearances as a spokesperson for consumer products. In 1998, hoping to improve sales of its Viagra drug, Pfizer Inc. hired former presidential contender Bob Dole for a television advertising campaign to raise awareness about impotence. The Dole ads marked Pfizer’s first use of television advertising associated with Viagra. Dole acknowledged he participated in the trials for Viagra, which he called “a great drug.”




Robert Joseph Dole is a retired American politician and attorney who represented Kansas in Congress from 1961 to 1996 and served as the Republican Leader of the United States Senate from 1985 until 1996. Wikipedia
Born: July 22, 1923 (age 95 years), Russell, KS
Party: Republican Party
Spouse: Elizabeth Dole (m. 1975), Phyllis Holden (m. 1948–1972)
Education: Washburn University (1952), MORE
Children: Robin Dole
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