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For months, many conservatives railed against John McCain’s record on issues they hold dear. Now, some moderates are the ones who say they’re feeling left out in the cold — particularly following McCain’s selection of a conservative governor, Sarah Palin, as his running mate. We’ll talk with one of the most prominent moderates in Congress, Virginia’s Tom Davis, about why he thinks the party is “in disarray” — and what can be done to secure victory in November.
- Tom Davis Member, U.S. House of Representatives (R- VA, Dist. 11)
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