John McCain has a remarkable record of leadership and experience that embodies his unwavering lifetime commitment to service. First elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Arizona in 1982, John has led the fight for reforming Washington, eliminating wasteful government spending, and strengthening our nation's armed forces.
Senator McCain has seven children and four grandchildren, and currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife Cindy.
John McCain is a candidate for the nomination of the Republican Party for President of the United States.
In a time of economic hardship and uncertainty, for many Americans the choice will turn on whether we raise federal taxes or reduce them.
Good morning, this is John McCain, speaking to you a couple of days after the final presidential debate.
Good morning. This is John McCain, speaking to you at the end of another week filled with troubling news about our economy.
Here and all across our country, people are wondering what exactly is happening on Wall Street. And with good reason, they want to know how their government will meet the crisis. Clear answers are hard to come by in Washington.
Good morning. This is John McCain, speaking to you from Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Good morning, this is John McCain, and it's been a great week traveling through America on the campaign trail.
Thank you all very much. Tonight, I have a privilege given few Americans -- the privilege of accepting our party’s nomination for President of the United States. And I accept it with gratitude, humility and confidence.
Good morning, this is John McCain.
McCain: " have never believed I was destined be President. I don't believe anyone is pre-destined to lead America. But I do believe we are born with responsibilities to the country that has protected our God-given rights, and the opportunities they afford us. I did not grow up with the expectation that my country owed me more than the rights owed every American. On the contrary, I owe my country every opportunity I have ever had."
Today, February 7th, John McCain addressed CPAC with the following remarks to conservative activists.
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