Rolland Fisher

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Rolland Fisher (1900-1982) was a minister and evangelist who actively promoted the temperance movement. He was Executive Secretary of the Kansas Prohibition Party in 1948-1950, was State Chairman of the party in 1962-1968, was Vice-Chairman of the Prohibition National Committee in 1963-1967, and was the Prohibition Party candidate for Vice-President of the United States in 1968.[1]