McCain Gets Screen Test

Moerk, Christian
February 2000
Daily Variety;02/24/2000, Vol. 266 Issue 59, p1
Trade Publication
Focuses on the popularity of United States presidential Republican candidates Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Texas Governor George W. Bush. Details on the men's fund raising efforts and donators to their campaigns as the primaries of Washington, Virginia, and North Dakota approach; Support by the Hollywood industry of Al Gore; Comment that despite the strong relationship between McCain and the media, observers believe that nobody will go public with their support for the senator unless he emerges as the clear front-runner; Outlook.


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