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Straight Talk Express Stops in Va. Tomorrow

Tim Craig

Arizona Sen. John McCain's "Straight Talk Express" bus will barrel through Virginia tomorrow, helping to kickoff a series of campaign events across the state that will culminate in 90 house parties tomorrow night in support of McCain.

McCain's legendary bus, which has been garnering media attention since he first ran for president eight years ago, will make an appearance tomorrow morning on the Richmond CBS 6 morning show. McCain won't be on the bus, but Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling (R ) will be filling in to tout the GOP message.

The bus will then travel to Alexandria home of Debbie and Bill Spagnoli-Woodruff. The couple will be hosting one of 90 house parties across Virginia as part of the first "McCain Nation" national event day. People who attend one of the house parties will get a campaign briefing and hear from Cindy McCain and her brother-in-law, Joe McCain.

By Tim Craig  |  August 13, 2008; 12:06 PM ET
Categories:  Election 2008/President , John McCain , Tim Craig  
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"McCain's legendary bus, which has been garnering media attention since he first ran for president four years ago, will make an appearance tomorrow morning on the Richmond CBS 6 morning show."

He first ran for President eight years ago. Let's get the easiest info right first.

Posted by: Barely follow politics | August 13, 2008 11:58 PM | Report abuse

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