Herman Cain seemed to come out of nowhere to make a competitive run for U.S. Senate here in Georgia. He spent time as a front runner during the 2012 Presidential contest. (9-9-9 should get another look). He beat stage IV cancer. He spent a good bit of time behind a radio mic and donating his name and time to a myriad of conservative causes.
Today, Herman Cain has died after a bout with Covid-19. From CNBC:
Herman Cain, a former presidential hopeful who was once considered by President Donald Trump for the Federal Reserve, has died after being hospitalized with the coronavirus. He was 74.
Cain was among the highest-profile public figures in the United States to have died from Covid-19. A 74-year-old survivor of stage 4 colon cancer, Cain had been a business executive and the board chairman of a branch of Kansas City’s Federal Reserve Bank before moving into Republican politics and eventually becoming a presidential candidate.