SALEM, Mo. (KMOX) – A perennial candidate for Missouri political office with an unorthodox platform has died.

Chief Wana Dubie, formerly known as Joseph Bickell, of Salem died Thursday, according to the Salem News.

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He had run for a number of offices, with his chief campaign platforms being term limits and full marijauna legalization.

Wana Dubie first ran for state representative in 2006 — then governor in 2008. Last year, he ran for U.S. Senate on a “Dubie vs. Blunt” campaign — he gathered 30,000 votes in a four-way primary eventually won by Jason Kander.

Chief Wana Dubie was 58.

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