SIOUX FALLS, SD - Senator George McGovern is receiving hospice care. The family announced Monday afternoon that the senator is in Dougherty Hospice House in Sioux Falls. It was just in August when the former Democratic presidential candidate gave up his homes in Mitchell and Florida to spend more time near family in Sioux Falls. His daughter told The Associated Press on Monday that the longtime South Dakota senator is "coming to the end of his life." Ann McGovern declined to elaborate, but noted her 90-year-old father's recent health problems. Last October, he was treated for exhaustion after a lecture tour. Two months later, he fell and hit his head just before a scheduled interview for a C-SPAN program about failed presidential candidates who've had a lasting impact on American politics. The 90 year old McGovern was a three term U.S. Senator from the 1960s to the 1980s. He also served in the House of Representatives. KELOLAND.com | McGovern Receiving Hospice Care In Sioux Falls Jeffrey Shultz · A postscript: If George Mcgovern had done nothing else in his life, he deserves the utmost praise for volunteering for the Army Air Corps in World War II and piloting 35 combat missions in B-24 Liberators over German Occupied Europe. Edward Holtgraver · This is why I still like him even though he was a Democrat. If he flew combat missions, he can be whatever he wants to be. What did barack obama ever do? Except learn how to be a total freaking a-hole?