ANWR split gives GOP 2 platforms
- For McCain, it's 'Who do you trust?'. Youngman, Sam // Hill;7/30/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 88, p4
The article reports on Republican Party strategists' belief that presidential candidate John McCain can win the White House by casting doubts on Barack Obama's readiness and experience.
- McCain's landslide win leaves GOP establishment in a bind. Feldmann, Linda // Christian Science Monitor;2/4/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 51, p4
Considers the impact of John McCain's win in the New Hampshire presidential primaries on the United States Republican party. Question as to whether republicans previously supporting George W. Bush should support McCain or Bush.
- GOP Holiday Table: Lame Duck or Fresh Fowl? STEIN, ROBERT // Moderate Voice;11/20/2012, p4
The present the author's views on U.S. Republican party candidates in the Senate election and former presidential candidate John Mccain.
- Arizona GOP Censures McCain for being too liberal. GANDELMAN, JOE // Moderate Voice;1/25/2014, p2
The article informs that the Arizona Republican Party has formally censured Arizona Senator John McCain for being too liberal and also mentions that the censure of McCain was approved by a voice-vote during a meeting of state committee members in Tempe, Arizona in January 2014.
- Few House GOP donate to McCain. Bolton, Alexander; O'Brien, Michael // Hill;7/17/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 83, p1
The article reports on the small contributions given by U.S. House Republicans to the campaign of Arizona Senior Senator John McCain due to his position as presumptive nominee of the Republican Party (GOP) at the end of February 2008.
- McCain: Obama playing politics with security; Senate is GOP's. Fabian, Jordan // Hill;9/15/2010, Vol. 17 Issue 99, p6
The article reports on the optimism of U.S. Senator John McCain that his Republican Party will take control of the upper chamber in the 2010 midterm elections.
- Sen. McCain holds off putting his name on GOP energy proposal. Raju, Manu; Fuller, Andrea // Hill;7/29/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 87, p4
The article reports that Senator and Republican nominee John McCain has not signed into the Republican Party's energy proposal which is hoped to address the continuing energy crisis in the U.S.
- Senator John McCain Formally Announces Run for US Presidency. // Campaign 2000;2000, p20
Presents Arizona Senator John McCain's plan to join the race to win the Republican presidential nomination, announced on September 27, 1999. Biographical information; Issues he stands for such as campaign finance and tax reform.
- Republicans still look to shake political hangover from 2006. Bolton, Alexander // Hill;9/1/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 97, p4
The article reports that the Congressional Republicans are counting on Senator John McCain to improve the image of the party by Election Day in the U.S. in 2008.