Supporters Greet McCain at the Polls
By Juliet Eilperin
PHOENIX -- GOP presidential candidate John McCain left his home this morning and cast his vote with the press in tow.
At 9:08 a.m. Mountain time -- after McCain drank his regular Starbucks venti coffee and his wife had her makeup applied -- the Arizona senator left his condo and drove in a motorcade around the corner to Albright United Methodist Church. In a period of five minutes, supporters greeted the McCains with chants of "Senator McCain!" and "John McCain!" as well as "Thank you, Senator! We love you!"
Photographers following the candidate looked through the window as he sat down at a table, filled out what appeared to be a form, licked an envelope and then walked over to hand it to poll workers.
As he left, McCain's right lapel boasted a sticker reading, "I voted today."
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November 4, 2008; 11:49 AM ET
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