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Wednesday, August 27, 2008

More From John McCain: Last Chance To Get Tickets To The Rally On Friday In Dayton, OH.

Join John McCain and Cindy McCain for a Road to the Convention Rally! Tickets are going fast for the rally so please pick them up at a location listed below as soon as possible.

Please join John McCain and Cindy McCain at a Road to the Convention Rally on August 29th in Dayton, OH or August 30th in Washington, PA. As the Senator and Mrs. McCain make their way across the country, they would be delighted to have you join them at the rallies leading up to accepting the Republican Nomination in Minnesota on September 4th.

Please come and show your support for John McCain. Please pick up a free ticket to join us. You can reserve a ticket to pick up at one of our ticket distribution centers by following this link or email us at
Also, don't forget to hold a convention watching party to see John McCain accept the nomination. Follow this link to register your party with the campaign so you can receive an official Convention Party Packet.



More From John McCain.

Dear Supporter,

Next Thursday, John McCain will deliver his acceptance speech at the Republican Convention in Minnesota and you won't want to miss this exciting night. That's why we're asking you to gather with fellow supporters to host or attend a McCain Nation Convention Watching Party next Thursday, September 4th. Follow this link to sign up to host a party or find a party to attend in your neighborhood.

Our first McCain Nation National Event Day was a huge success - over 15,000 of your fellow McCain supporters participated. We're expecting more to participate in Convention Watching parties all across the country as John McCain officially accepts his Party's nomination next Thursday.
Will you help us meet our goal by following this link to host or attend a party? Remember, if you register your event by this Friday, we'll send you a McCain Nation Party Pack, filled with bumper stickers, suggested event schedule and activities and more.

You are John McCain's best advocate in this election. You can make a huge difference in this campaign by reaching out to fellow McCain supporters and undecided voters to share why you support John McCain for president. Please visit the McCain Nation section of our website today to host or attend a Convention Watching Party next Thursday.

Thanks for your support!
The McCain Campaign Team

P.S. Don't forget to visit the McCain campaign store to stock up on McCain Nation Party Packs and other exclusive John McCain gear.


Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Join McCain's Campaign In Cyber Space.

Dear Supporters,

Our Campaign is proud to announce Generation08 and the brand new social network at, McCainSpace.


Generation08 is a group of young Americans supporting John McCain who are working to help the campaign and also to inspire others, just as they have been inspired, by John McCain's call to "Serve a Cause Greater Than Self Interest." We currently have youth organizers in all 50 states - please email, to get in touch with an organizer near you.


McCainSpace is a powerful new social networking tool to help you connect with other supporters. It is also a great way to stay in contact with the campaign to let us know all the important work you are doing in the field and what we can do to help.

Sign up today and:
o Create your personal profile page and tell everyone why you are supporting John McCain.
o Visit your states message board or group and meet up with other supporters in your area.
o Upload videos and pictures of the work you are doing in the field.
o Friend and Message other members, video blog, and receive insider video updates from top campaign leadership.
o Add McCainSpace features to your own blog, webpage, or Facebook and MySpace page
o Invite your friends to join

A Special Bonus

Once you sign up on McCainSpace, we want to hear from you! We are asking all of our supporters to submit a video telling us why you are supporting John McCain. The winning video submission will be chosen to take part in a special campaign project. Stay tuned for more details.

You can submit your video right from your webcam or produce your own and simply upload the file. Please submit all videos into the "Why I support John McCain" group in McCainSpace.

The deadline for submission is September 5th.

Other Ways to Get Involved:

We also wanted to introduce a new Project Management Application on Facebook called, McCain: Get Involved. By using this tool you can organize meetings, create tasks for other John McCain supporters to complete, organize a group to volunteer in your community, plan sign waving days and get your friends to become fans of John McCain on Facebook.

McCain Nation
Organize National Convention Watch Party using McCain Nation on John McCain Nation is a powerful grassroots tool that brings John McCain supporters together. Use the tools to find events near you or host your own event!

"A Cause Greater Than"
Visit our "A Cause Greater Than" webpage on John
o Find a cause to volunteer with in your community
o Use our McCain Nation tool or the new Facebook application, McCain: Get Involved, to organize a group of your friends to help as well.

We hope you enjoy using these tools and hope they help your efforts to lead our campaign to victory in November. Thanks again for all your hard work!


The McCain Team


Sunday, August 24, 2008

Now Here's THE SURE Way For John McCain To Win The Election.

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Saturday, August 23, 2008

John McCain Doesn't Waste Any Time, "Body Slams" Barack Obama With Joe Biden's Own Words. OUCH! That One HURTS!!

Yes, it does HURT. Watch the video below:


Wednesday, August 20, 2008

John McCain: Convention Watching Party.

My Friends,

Two weeks from tomorrow, I will officially accept my Party's nomination for President of the United States. It is an honor by which I am humbled, and I'm asking you to take part in this significant moment in my campaign.
Our campaign is organizing McCain Nation Convention Watching Parties across the country on the evening of Thursday, September 4th. I'm asking you today to sign up to host an event and invite your friends, family, neighbors and colleagues to attend.
Through McCain Nation, you can also make your event public, so fellow supporters living in your home area can attend. By registering today as an event host, my staff will send you a special convention packet of materials for you and your guests.
Our convention in Minnesota will be an exciting and exhilarating event, and I know you won't want to miss all the action, so please sign up today to host a McCain Nation event on September 4th. I want to assure you that taking a leadership role in my campaign by signing up to host an event is crucial to building our grassroots network of support for victory in November. Please make sure to sign up to host an event by Friday, August 29th in order to receive a McCain Nation Party Pack.
Cindy and I send our sincere thanks for all of the hard work you do, and I look forward to our Convention as the official kick-off to the fall campaign.


John McCain


Saturday, August 16, 2008

Campaign Update From John McCain.

The McCain Update - August 15, 2008

With the Republican National Convention a few short weeks away, we are organizing our next McCain Nation party. On September 4th, we will have a nationwide Convention Watching party as John McCain accepts the Republican nomination in Minnesota. Click here to register to host an event or find one near you to attend.

After the great success of our first nationwide event with Cindy McCain, we hope to organize even more parties on September 4th. The last night of the convention will be a momentous evening that you will want to enjoy with other McCain supporters, so begin planning your event today!

Latest Ad: Taxman

Today we released our latest television ad, "Taxman." The ad highlights Barack Obama's agenda to raise taxes that are a "recipe for economic disaster." In addition to higher taxes, Barack Obama's plans will lead to higher gas prices and break your family's budget. Click here to watch the ad.

You can watch all of the campaign's latest ads on our website in the multimedia section, so be sure to visit the site today.

Saddleback Civil Forum on the Presidency

This Saturday, John McCain and Senator Barack Obama will each have an opportunity to address the Saddleback Civil Forum on the Presidency with Dr. Rick Warren in Lake Forest, California.

Dr. Warren will moderate the event and ask each candidate the same questions. The questions will cover each candidate's stewardship, leadership, world view and America's role in the world. The event will air on national television on CNN and FOX News at 8pm Eastern, August 16th. You can also watch online at

Get Your McCain Gear Before It's Too Late

Time is running out to shop for merchandise in the McCain online store before August 31st! If you purchase items before the end of the month, your contribution will be included in our August fundraising report and be a part of our crucial funding before the general election officially begins.

Be sure to order all the latest John McCain gear without delay and before the Republican Convention begins. From t-shirts and hats to yard signs and stickers, there are many ways to show your support of John McCain. Click here to shop today.

Take Action to Support John McCain

Have you used our new volunteer action center? If not, be sure to visit today and check out the new leaderboard and the latest features. We also launched a competition for our most dedicated supporters. The ten people who recruit the most new volunteers for will receive a limited edition red McCain campaign hat! Click here to start recruiting your friends.

Using our "Recruit Your Friends" tool, you can automatically send out recruitment emails to your entire address book. As you recruit your friends, you can track your progress among other John McCain supporters by checking our grassroots leaderboard. The more friends you recruit to, the better chance of winning! Click here to start recruiting today and become a top John McCain supporter!

Latest News

Below are some of the top news articles from this week. For more news articles and press releases, go to
• The Wall Street Journal: We Are All Georgians
• The York Dispatch: McCain Addresses Crowd In York, Discusses Georgia-Russia Situation
• York Daily Record: 4,000 Show For McCain
• New York Sun: McCain Out Front
• Boston Globe: McCain: 'We are all Georgians'
• Erie Times: McCain Gives GE Workers Pep Talk
• Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: McCain, GOP Urge Congress To Cut Summer Break To Talk Oil


Tuesday, August 12, 2008

John McCain Was Being Prophetic About Russian Prime Minister, Vladimir Putin ...

... while President Bush, who "[]looked the man in the eye [and] found him to be very straight forward and trustworthy [and] I was able to get a sense of his soul ... He's a man deeply committed to his country and the best interests of his country" , was NOT.

Watch President Bush condemning Russian's actions in break away Reublic of Georgia:


Sunday, August 3, 2008

Why John McCain?


Messaging Points:

• John McCain has the experience, judgment and character to lead this country as Commander-in-Chief.
• In this dangerous world, America needs a Commander-in-Chief like John McCain who has vital national security and foreign policy experience.
• He has proposed a strong agenda to help American families by lowering taxes, cutting spending, bringing free market principles to health care and ensuring that markets are open to American goods.

John McCain Has The Experience, Judgment And Character To Lead In A Dangerous World:

John McCain has the experience, judgment and character to lead as Commander-in-Chief from day one. In a dangerous world, John McCain is uniquely qualified to lead America. McCain has been involved in every major national security issue over the last two decades.

• McCain served for 22 years in the U.S. Navy, including 5 ½ years as a POW and as commander of largest attack squadron in the Navy. During his military career, McCain was awarded a Silver Star, a Bronze Star, the Purple Heart and a Distinguished Flying Cross.

• McCain served 20 years in the U.S. Senate, leading American policy on military and national security issues on the Senate Armed Services Committee.

John McCain Is Rallying Our Party Around Conservative Principles On National Security, Fiscal Responsibility, Health Care Reform And Traditional Values:

NATIONAL SECURITY: John McCain will stay on offense to defeat the threat of radical Islamic extremism. The Democrats have demonstrated no resolve to defeat this threat.

• McCain had the judgment and courage to call for a change in strategy in the war in Iraq – a strategy that is now succeeding. He has vigorously supported Gen. Petraeus' successful strategy, while the Democratic candidates continue to call for retreat.

TAXES AND SPENDING: John McCain will get our economy back on track by cutting taxes, spurring investment and innovation and ending wasteful spending in Washington.

• McCain will cut taxes and stop the outrageous wasteful spending in Washington. McCain will make the Bush tax cuts permanent, eliminate the AMT, and cut taxes on American businesses to help our companies remain competitive. McCain will stop the wasteful and pork barrel spending and enforce the conservative vision of smaller government by vetoing any pork-barrel bill that comes across his desk.

HEALTH CARE: John McCain will reform our health care system using free market solutions to reduce the skyrocketing costs that threaten to implode the system. He will provide all individuals with a refundable $2,500 tax credit ($5,000 for families) as incentive to buy insurance.

TRADITIONAL VALUES: John McCain will protect our traditional values. McCain has a consistent 25-year pro-life record, and believes that Roe v. Wade is a flawed decision that should be overturned. McCain believes that the institution of marriage should be protected and defined as a union between one man and one woman. John McCain will nominate strict constructionist judges to the bench.


Friday, August 1, 2008

About John McCain, In Case You Did NOT Know.


John McCain has a remarkable record of leadership and experience that embodies his unwavering lifetime commitment to service. First elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Arizona in 1982, John has led the fight for reforming Washington, eliminating wasteful government spending, and strengthening our nation's armed forces.

John McCain's reform agenda to reduce federal spending and lower taxes quickly elevated him to statewide office and he was elected to the United States Senate in 1986, after serving two terms in the U.S. House.

In the Senate, John continued to demand that Congress put an end to loopholes for special interests and fix the broken system in Washington that too often allows lobbyists to write legislation and members of Congress to waste taxpayer money. In November 2004, John McCain was overwhelmingly reelected with nearly 77 percent of the vote.

As the son and grandson of distinguished Navy admirals, John McCain deeply values duty, honor and service of country. John attended college at the United States Naval Academy, and launched a 22-year career as a naval aviator upon his graduation. He continued the McCain tradition of service to country passed down to him from his father and grandfather when he asked to serve in the Vietnam War.

On July 29 1967, John narrowly survived the first of many near-death experiences during his lifetime while preparing to take off on a bombing mission over North Vietnam from his ship, the USS Forrestal. A missile accidentally fired from a nearby plane struck the fuel tanks on John's plane and created a deadly inferno aboard the ship. John barely escaped the fiery disaster that killed 134 men, injured hundreds more and destroyed 20 planes.

Instead of taking the option to return home after the Forrestal disaster, Senator McCain volunteered for more combat duty - a fateful decision that stopped the clock on his life and separated him from his family, and country, for five and a half years.

During his 23rd bombing mission on October 26, 1967, a missile struck John's plane and forced him to eject, knocking him unconscious and breaking both his arms and his leg. John was then taken as a prisoner of war into the now infamous "Hanoi Hilton," where he was denied necessary medical treatment and often beaten by the North Vietnamese.

John spent much of his time as a prisoner of war in solitary confinement, aided by his faith and the friendships of his fellow POWs. When he was finally released and able to return home years later, John continued his service by regaining his naval flight status.

Senator McCain's last Navy duty assignment was to serve as the naval liaison to the United States Senate. John retired from the Navy in 1981. His naval honors include the Silver Star, Bronze Star, Legion of Merit, Purple Heart, and the Distinguished Flying Cross.

Senator McCain has seven children and four grandchildren, and currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife Cindy.


Personal Info:

• Marriage: John and Cindy McCain married on May 17, 1980 and have been married for almost 28 years.

• Children: 7

• Grandchildren: 4

• Residence: McCain family currently lives in Phoenix, AZ

• Education: Graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and attended the Naval War College

• Birth: August 29, 1936 in the Panama Canal Zone

Military Service:

• Service: 22-year career as an aviator in the U.S. Navy. He retired from the Navy in 1981.

• Vietnam: McCain was shot down over North Vietnam during his 23rd bombing mission on October 26, 1967. He was in the "Hanoi Hilton" for 5 ½ years.

• Assignment: McCain served as commander of the largest attack squadron in the Navy. His last Navy duty assignment was to serve as the naval liaison to the U.S. Senate.

• Naval Honors: Silver Star, Bronze Star, Legion of Merit, Purple Heart and the Distinguished Flying Cross

Public Service:

• U.S. House Of Representatives: Elected in 1982 – served two terms

• U.S. Senate: Elected in 1986. Re-elected in 2004 with 77 percent of the vote. He has served more than 20 years in the Senate.