Is a vote for McCain-Palin a vote for change?

Monday, September 01, 2008

Last week, on the heels of the Democratic convention, John McCain caught everyone’s attention when he announced Alaska’s governor, Sarah Palin, as his Vice Presidential pick. The Takeaway talks to Tara Wall about what this means for the Republican party and the undecided voters who could be the deal breakers of this year’s election.
Tara Wall, Deputy Editorial Page Editor & Columnist for The Washington Times


Chelsea Merz

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