Apr 4, 2006
McCain to be Liberty’s 33rd commencement speaker
by Alicia Wotring, Editor-in-Chief
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) will be
According to Vietnamwar.com, even though McCain was offered early release, supposedly due to his high-profile father, McCain refused, saying that prisoners who were held there longer should be released first. Before leaving the Navy in 1981, McCain served as a Senate liaison.
McCain was elected to the House of Representatives in 1982. He was elected senator in 1986 and continues to serve as the senior senator in
According to Pollingreport.com, in a poll of more than 600 registered Republicans in mid-March, McCain led eight other candidates with 25 percent support. McCain has been a leading candidate in several polls, with Condoleezza Rice and Rudy Guiliani being his main competitors. As of yet, McCain has not announced his candidacy for 2008.
McCain, and his wife Cindy, have seven children and four grandchildren and live in
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