McCain's Campaign

NPR Political Correspondent Elizabeth Arnold reports from Peterborough, New Hampshire, on the presidential campaign of Senator John McCain, who is trying to win the Republican nomination for next year's election. While he's considered well behind the perceived frontrunner, George W. Bush, New Hampshire voters say that McCain's honesty, integrity and willingness to tackle difficult issues make him an attractive candidate.



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