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Tuesday, November 07, 2006
McCain touts his work on behalf of GOP
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Sen. John McCain, who is seriously considering running for the GOP presidential nomination, trumpets his campaign work on behalf of Republicans in an election eve e-mail to political supporters.

McCain takes credit for raising more than $10.5 million and making 346 campaign stops for GOP candidates this election cycle.

"I have done what I can to promote the conservative cause and help hard-working candidates earn victories across our nation," McCain writes in a note sent to his Straight Talk America political action committee e-mail list.

McCain, a Vietnam veteran, also asks his supporters to "remember how many men and women around the world have fought and died for this freedom" to vote.

-- CNN Political Editor Mark Preston
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