McCain Will Watch Palin from Denver's Brown Palace Hotel
By Michael Abramowitz
DENVER -- John McCain plans to watch the Palin-Biden debate in his room at the historic Brown Palace Hotel here with some of his aides, campaign officials said.
McCain is spending the night here before moving on to his house in Sedona, Ariz., for the weekend, where he plans to prepare for his own debate Tuesday, recharge his batteries and, presumably, figure out how to get his campaign back on track. He was accompanied here by two of his top aides, Mark Salter and Charlie Black, and others will be joining him for the weekend.
The luster may be off the Sarah Palin vice presidential bid outside McCain world, but the Arizona senator got a definite roar when he paid tribute to his running mate at a town hall meeting here for women supporters. "I know she will do very well" at the debate, McCain said.
Posted at 7:43 PM ET on Oct 2, 2008
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