Prominent Democrats Back McCain

Sunday, 15 Jun 2008 11:01 AM

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Sen. John McCain's campaign has announced a group of prominent Democratic and unaffiliated leaders and activists who have joined Citizens for McCain, a new grassroots effort headed by Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT) to rally Americans of all political parties to support McCain's candidacy.

"Citizens for McCain is an organization within the McCain campaign for people who put country before political party and support the presidential candidate who has a proven record of bipartisanship," said Lieberman.

Prominent Democrats and Independents who have joined Citizens for McCain:

  • Former Phoenix Mayor Paul Johnson (Arizona)

  • Former Arizona State Legislator Phil Hubbard (Arizona)

  • Mammoth Mayor Craig Williams (Arizona)

  • Former Arizona LULAC Director Ray Gans (Arizona)

  • Democratic 25th Precinct Chair Silverio "Silver" Salazar (Colorado)

  • Adviser to Democratic Presidential Candidates and Georgetown University Professor Robert Lieber (District of Columbia)

  • Blogger on HillaryClinton.com Renee Slater (Florida)

  • Former Sheriff of Highlands County Howard Godwin (Florida)

  • Jewish Outreach Adviser to Senator Hillary Clinton Rabbi Cheryl Jacobs

  • Georgia Political Director for Gore-Lieberman '00 Joseph O'Farrell Jr. (Georgia)

  • Former Democratic Des Moines County Chair Bruce Shulte (Illinois)

  • Former State Representative Brian Golden (Massachusetts)

  • Commander of Newport Memorial-VFW Post 1119 Francis Harding, Jr. (Maine)

  • Former Palmyra Budget Committee Member Herb Bates (Maine)

  • Former Lt. Governor and State Supreme Court Justice Alexander "Sandy" Keith (Minnesota)

  • Former U.S Representative and 2002 Independence Party gubernatorial candidate Tim Penny (Minnesota)

  • Former State Representative Steve Wenzel (Minnesota)

  • City Clerk Judi May (Mississippi)

  • County Supervisor Gary Dearman (Mississippi)

  • Alderman Bill Mosby (Mississippi)

  • Former State Representative Jim Gamache (Missouri)

  • Presiding Commissioner in New Madrid County, Clyde Hawes (Missouri)

  • Former Concord Mayor Bill Veroneau (New Hampshire)

  • Former Democratic Mayor of Waterford Township George Fallon (New J ersey)

  • Former Democratic Committeeman in Warren Township Jeffrey Golkin (New Jersey)

  • Former State Chair of Environmentalists for Clinton-Gore 1992 Roberta Weisbrod (New York)

  • Former Majority Leader in the State Senate David Carlin (Rhode Island)

  • Former Texas Democratic Party Chairman Roy Orr (Texas)

  • Elected National Delegate for Senator Hillary Clinton Debra Bartoshevich (Wisconsin)

  • Former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Philip Frye (West Virginia)

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