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'08 Swag Watch: Bundle Up With McCain

Cold weather got you shivering? John McCain is here for you.


Keep yourself warm this winter with an official John McCain fleece jacket. (Image courtesy ExploreMcCain.com)

The Arizona Republican and White House hopeful is promising a free -- yes, free! -- fleece jacket to any contributor who ponies up $200 or more to his presidential exploratory campaign. (Hey it's not the free football phone that Sports Illustrated used to hawk, but it ain't nothing.)

In a blast e-mail to prospective supporters, McCain's national finance director, Carla Eudy, declares: "We are excited to provide you with an exclusive opportunity to prepare for the cold weather in the early 2008 primary states! With your contribution of $200 or more in response to this email, we will send you an official John McCain 2008 fleece.

"As McCain makes his final decision in this exploratory process, we hope you'll join us in showing your overwhelming support for his presidential effort today. Thank you!"

Post tips about other campaign giveaways in the comments section below, and stay tuned for our next installment of '08 candidate swag.

-- Mary Ann Akers

By washingtonpost.com Editors  |  February 7, 2007; 5:33 PM ET
 
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Comments

This is a very smart move on the part of John McCain. He is obviously one of the most intelligent politicians of this era. I believe that he will not only go on to win the Republican nomination in 2008, but will also win the Presidency.

Posted by: Lilly Jones | February 7, 2007 7:22 PM | Report abuse

And finally an answer for those of us who always thought there was nothing warm and fuzzy about the Senator from Arizona...

Posted by: crc | February 8, 2007 1:28 PM | Report abuse

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