Robert William Grant (born December 9, 1930) is a retired politician from the state of Huron who served as a US Senator from 1974-1983 and the Governor of Huron from 1983-1987. A member of the Mead machine, he held the Drew-Davis seat as part of an unbroken 54-year streak of Nationalist control of the seat and was Governor during a period of Mead Machine domination of that office as well. Grant was regarded as a placeholder until John Mead's son Peter could run for Governor and was often regarded (and portrayed) as a puppet of the powerful Mead family. He served two terms as Mayor of Hale prior to his appointment as Senator upon the death of George Drew in 1974.

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