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McCain and Palin on the Trail

Republican presidential candidate John McCain and running mate Sarah Palin resumed campaigning together.

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Candidates Follow Up on Plan
Article | After watching the spectacular defeat of a $700 billion financial rescue plan in the House on Monday, Sen. Barack Obama yesterday accelerated his effort to sell the proposal, seeking to redress what his advisers believe has been a failure by the White House to adequately explain the plan.
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McCain To Stop Fight for Michigan
Article | EAST LANSING, Mich., Oct. 2 -- Sen. John McCain on Thursday officially abandoned his efforts to win in Michigan, deeming it a lost cause after internal polls showed the Republican presidential nominee trailing badly in the economically hard-hit state, according to officials with the campaign and ...
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Candidates Prepare for Tuesday's Town Hall Debate
Article | SEDONA, Ariz., Oct. 5 -- In one of the most beautiful spots on the globe, Sen. John McCain spent much of Saturday holed up in a dark hotel conference room, engaged in intense debate preparation. At the end of it, the GOP nominee told his aides that was crazy, and so Sunday's first round of debate...
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Obama, McCain Stand United In Pressing Hard for Rescue
Article | After months on the campaign trail and countless missed votes, Barack Obama and John McCain returned to the Capitol last night as just two of 99 senators voting on a massive Wall Street rescue plan, but their forceful advocacy for the controversial measure may help push it into law.
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McCain Plans Fiercer Strategy Against Obama
Article | Sen. John McCain and his Republican allies are readying a newly aggressive assault on Sen. Barack Obama's character, believing that to win in November they must shift the conversation back to questions about the Democrat's judgment, honesty and personal associations, several top Republicans said.

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