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McCain, Pullen feud erupts over fundraising

The feud has worsened between Sen. John McCain and Arizona Republican Party Chairman Randy Pullen, now that Pullen has withdrawn his endorsement of McCain and both sides are fighting over campaign fundraising.

McCain and Arizona Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives have agreed to divert money from the Arizona Republican Party for get-out-the-vote efforts, according to a story by the National Journal’s Hotline OnCall. McCain’s camp says Pullen can’t be trusted to spend the money wisely.

State party officials, on the other hand, say McCain wanted control over staffing and consulting decisions. They also said the McCain camp was continuing efforts to force Pullen from his position after years of disagreement between the two factions.

Check out the full story at: http://hotlineoncall.nationaljournal.com/archives/2010/02/mccain_camp_pla.php


  1. I feel sorry for Mr. Pullen, it’s difficult to debate someone like “John McCain”.
    I will not vote for Mr. McCain.

    Thank You,
    Brenda S.

  2. Let’s hope Pullen is not the only one to withdraw support for Mr. McCain. He should plan for a future which does not involve a seat in the senate.

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