McCain Courts Conservatives

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Today Sen. John McCain finds himself in a two-man race, with Gov. Mike Huckabee. And McCain has a tremendous lead in preliminary delegates after Super Tuesday. But he still faces criticism from some big-name conservatives. So this afternoon, Sen. McCain takes the podium at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, DC, and makes his case directly to conservative voters. Now that Gov. Mitt Romney has left the race, will conservative Republican voters line up behind Sen. McCain?

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Now that Gov. Mitt Romney has left the race, will conservative Republican voters line up behind Sen. McCain?

I hope so!

Sent by Barbara in Albion, MI | 4:26 PM | 2-7-2008