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January 7, 2008


For Immediate Release

Contact: Press Office

Sunday, January 6, 2007


ARLINGTON, VA — U.S. Senator John McCain’s presidential campaign today announced a group of nearly 100 prominent Reagan Administration alumni who have endorsed John McCain for president.

“As former Reagan Administration officials, we are inspired by the same qualities in John McCain today that we so admired in President Reagan,” said former White House Counsel Arthur B. Culvahouse. “John McCain was a foot soldier in the Reagan Revolution, and he understands America’s role in the world — a powerful global leader working to serve as an example and promote democracy and freedom around the world. John McCain has a lifetime record of service to his country. In Congress, he led the fight to limit government, lower taxes, cut spending and keep families strong. John McCain is the only candidate who can rally the Reagan coalition of conservatives, Independents and conservative Democrats needed to defeat the Democratic nominee in the general election next year.”

fjones-3a2.jpgJohn McCain thanked the alumni, stating, “President Reagan stands out in history as a leader who recognized America’s potential and had a vision for her future. I knew President Reagan well, and respected and admired his unwavering leadership in the face of grave challenges, and his fortitude to take on the toughest issues. I am grateful to have the support of so many friends and colleagues who have all worked to build and maintain President Reagan’s legacy.”


Grant Aldonas
Stanton D. Anderson
Richard V. Allen
Mary Jo Arndt
William L. Ball III
Ralph Benko
Charles R. Black, Jr.
Judy A. Black
Otis Bowen, M.D.
Ellen Bradley
James H. Burnley IV
Gahl Hodges Burt
Richard Burt
Mark Buse
Frank Cannon
David Chew
Nancy Christy
James W. Cicconi
Former Senator Dan Coats
Chuck Cobb
Carol Crawford
Ron Crawford
Tim Crawford
Dan L. Crippen
Arthur B. Culvahouse Jr.
Richard H. Davis
Mimi Dawson
Rhett Dawson
Stephen I. Danzansky
Frank J. Donatelli
Rebecca Donatelli
Lawrence S. Eagleburger
Marlin Fitzwater
Melinda A. Fitzwater
Alison B. Fortier
HP Goldfield
Mark Holman
Janet Mullins Grissom
Alexander M. Haig, Jr.
Janet Hale
Bryce L. Harlow
Robert Heckman
Warren K. Hendriks, Jr.
Governor Jon Huntsman
Former Governor Frank Keating
Gen. P.X. Kelley
Nancy Kennedy
Bobbie Kilberg
William J. Kilberg
Ann Korologos
Carole Kuhn
Jim Kuhn
Christian Josi
Chris Lehman
John F. Lehman, Jr.
James Lake
Thomas G. Loeffler
Peter Madigan
Fred Malek
Robert C. McFarlane
Robert A. Mosbacher Sr.
Timothy J. Muris
J. Bonnie Newman
Trevor Potter
Anthony J. Principi
William Bradford Reynolds
James Roberts
Patricia O’Connor Roberts
Peter Rodman
John Rogers
Sig Rogich
Nancy Risque Rohrbach
Gen. Ed Rowny
Mark Salter
George Sawyer
Craig Shirley
Zorine Shirley
George P. Shultz
Pamela Stevens
William F. Sittman
Bernie Streeter
Orson G. Swindle III
Lance Tarrance
Mike Thompson
Carol Townsend
Pamela J. Turner
Margaret Tutwiler
Peter Wallison
John Whitehead
Lanny Wiles
Joseph Wright
Chuck Yob
Al Zapanta


4 Comments leave one →
  1. January 7, 2008 9:53 am

    Mark Salter, McCain’s Campaign Manager endorsed him? STOP THE PRESSES!

    A couple of top tier names here, but not many. I suppose it would be interesting to go through this list and tally up which of these are now lobbyists or P.R. people who have been working McCain on behalf of various special interest groups over the years.

    And, is this why McCain mentioned Ronald Reagan more often in the debate last night than Rudy Giuliani did 9/11?

  2. Paul permalink
    February 3, 2008 12:32 am

    Gov Huntsman you are a traitor and will pay dearly in the next election. You just endorsed the biggest liar next to the Clintons. I voted for you because of your father who is a good man. you are pathetic


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