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No Endorsement, but Forbes Vows to Help McCain

Tim Craig

U.S. Rep. Randy Forbes sent out a statement today clarifying his views on Arizona John McCain's (R) presidential bid.

The Hill newspaper reported last night that Forbes (R-Va.) hasn't endorsed McCain. But Forbes vowed to work hard this fall to get McCain elected.

"Senator McCain is a war hero with substantial leadership experience in dealing with the complex challenges currently facing our nation," Forbes said. "Although he has not asked me for my endorsement and I have not given it to his campaign, I will support him and work for his election in the fall because I believe he is the best candidate to select our federal judges, lead our national defense effort, and provide the economic responsibility necessary to restore our economy."

By Tim Craig  |  June 12, 2008; 3:26 PM ET
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What's the point of hounding every person in America into making endorsements. The nominees are chosen, the only thing that would be newsworthy would be if they were running around endorsing Paul or Kucinich at this point.

Posted by: Anonymous | June 12, 2008 9:29 PM | Report abuse

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