The McCain campaign has not gone out of its way to reach out to Cheney, though a segment of conservative Republicans had been pressing the campaign to include Cheney in the convention agenda.
“Conservatives still think highly of him and are enthusiastic supporters whenever he speaks,” says a leading conservative who has spoken to the campaign about Cheney. “For a campaign that has largely failed in reaching out to conservatives, reaching out to Cheney wouldn’t be a bad idea.”
McCain and Cheney famously do not get along, and with McCain’s focus being almost exclusively on attracting independents and women to the polls, it’s not a surprise that engaging Cheney isn’t on the top of his list.p> KAINE COUNTERPART br> Democrat House members were telling close associates late last week that senior Obama campaign aides were hinting that Virginia governor Tim Kaine was the pick of Sen. Barack Obama
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