Today, the New York Times reports on McCain's efforts to revamp his fundraising apparatus in the wake of his disappointing quarter. The McCain team is now out with this press release on his plans to give a series of policy speeches before officially announcing his candidacy later this month:
ARLINGTON, VA – U.S. Senator John McCain’s presidential campaign today announced that John McCain, during the month of April, will deliver three major policy speeches and make his presidential candidacy official with a tour through early primary states, ending in his home state of Arizona.
John McCain’s first major policy speech on his commitment to winning the war in
Iraq will be delivered April 11th at the Virginia Military Institute (VMI) in Lexington. His second speech on economic policy in Memphis, Tennessee on April 16th will focus on taxes, trade, and curtailing government spending. The third policy speech will be delivered on April 23rd and focus on his domestic policy agenda.
The campaign also made public that John McCain will officially announce his candidacy for President with a tour beginning April 25th in New Hampshire and concluding April 27th in Arizona, with stops in South Carolina on the 26th and Iowa on the 27th.
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