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McCain for America
McCain-Pawlenty 2012 Campaign Logo
Campaign U.S. presidential election of 2012
Candidate John McCain (President)
President of the United States
Tim Pawlenty (Vice President)
Vice President of the United States
Affiliation Republican Party
Status Announced April 20, 2011
Presumptive Nominee April 3, 2012
Taking Official Nomination September 6, 2012
Headquarters Phoenix, AZ
Key people Richard H. Davis (Campaign Manager)
Steve Schmidt (Operations Chief)
Robert Mosbacher (General Chairman)
Slogan 'Country First.
Road to Recovery.'

Campaign endorsements

U.S. Presidents, Vice Presidents, First Ladies and Second Ladies

  • Fmr. President George H. W. Bush
  • Fmr. President George W. Bush
  • Fmr. Vice President Dick Cheney
  • Fmr. Vice President Dan Quayle
  • Fmr. First Lady Barbara Bush
  • Fmr. First Lady Nancy Reagan
  • Fmr. Second Lady Lynne Cheney

U.S. Senators

Current

  • Lamar Alexander of Tennessee
  • Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire
  • John Barrasso of Wyoming
  • Roy Blunt of Missouri
  • John Boozman of Arkansas
  • Scott Brown of Massachusetts
  • Richard Burr of North Carolina
  • Saxby Chambliss of Georgia
  • Charlie Christ of Florida
  • Tom Coburn of Oklahoma
  • Thad Cochran of Mississippi
  • Mike Enzi of Wyoming
  • Chuck Grassley of Iowa

  • Orrin Hatch of Utah
  • Dean Heller of Nevada
  • John Hoeven of North Dakota
  • Kay Bailey Hutchinson of Texas
  • Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma
  • Mike Johanns of Nebraska
  • Ron Johnson of Wisconsin
  • Mark Kirk of Illinois
  • Jon Kyl of Arizona
  • Mike Lee of Utah
  • Richard Lugar of Indiana
  • Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Senate Minority Leader

  • Jerry Moran of Kansas
  • Lisa Murkowski of Alaska
  • Rand Paul of Kentucky, son of 2012 presidential candidate Ron Paul
  • Rob Portman of Ohio
  • Jim Risch of Idaho
  • Pat Roberts of Kansas
  • Jeff Sessions of Alabama
  • Richard Shelby of Alabama
  • Olympia Snowe of Maine
  • John Thune of South Dakota

Former

  • Senate Majority Leader, 1996 Republican presidential nominee and 1976 Republican vice presidential nominee Bob Dole of Kansas
  • Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott of Mississippi
  • Wayne Allard of Colorado
  • Kit Bond of Missouri

  • Hank Brown of Colorado
  • Ben Nighthorse Campbell of Colorado
  • Norm Coleman of Minnesota
  • Al D'Amato of New York
  • John Danforth of Missouri
  • Lauch Faircloth of North Carolina
  • Judd Gregg of New Hampshire

  • Connie Mack III of Florida
  • Mel Martinez of Florida
  • Gordon Smith of Oregon
  • Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania (died October 14, 2012)
  • John E. Sununu of New Hampshire
  • Jim Talent of Missouri

U.S. Representatives

John Boehner of Ohio

U.S. Governors

Current

  • Terry Branstad of Iowa
  • Phil Bryant of Mississippi
  • Eddie Calvo of Guam
  • Tom Corbett of Pennsylvania
  • Jack Dalrymple of North Dakota
  • Mitch Daniels of Indiana
  • Nathan Deal of Georgia
  • Mary Fallin of Oklahoma
  • Benigno Fitial of the Northern Mariana Islands

  • Luis Fortuño of Puerto Rico
  • Nikki Haley of South Carolina
  • Bill Haslam of Tennessee
  • Dave Heineman of Nebraska
  • Gary Herbert of Utah
  • Bobby Jindal of Louisiana
  • John Kasich of Ohio
  • Paul LePage of Maine

  • Susana Martinez of New Mexico
  • Matt Mead of Wyoming
  • Bob McDonnell of Virginia
  • Butch Otter of Idaho
  • Brian Sandoval of Nevada
  • Rick Snyder of Michigan
  • Rick Scott of Florida
  • Scott Walker of Wisconsin

Former

  • William F. Weld of Massachusetts
  • George Deukmejian of California
  • Bob Ehrlich of Maryland
  • Frank Keating of Oklahoma
  • Judy Martz of Montana

  • Zell Miller of Georgia
  • Bill Owens of Colorado
  • George Pataki of New York
  • Marc Racicot of Montana
  • Robert D. Ray of Iowa
  • Pete Wilson of California

  • Dale E. Wolf of Delaware
  • Jeb Bush of Florida
  • Mark Schweiker of Pennsylvania
  • John H. Sununu of New Hampshire
  • Sarah Palin of Alaska
  • Douglas Wilder of Virginia

National political figures and former cabinet officials

  • Tom Ridge of Pennsylvania, former Governor of Pennsylvania, former United States Secretary of Homeland Security

  • Colin Powell, former United States Secretary of State, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, National Security Advisor, four-star General (Ret.)

Entertainers & artists

Actors

  • Scott Baio
  • Stephen Baldwin
  • Orson Bean
  • Pat Boone
  • Candace Cameron Bure
  • Dean Cain
  • James Caan
  • Vincent Curatola
  • Stacey Dash
  • Shannen Doherty

  • Cindy Crawford
  • Russell Crowe
  • Robert Duvall
  • Clint Eastwood
  • Kelsey Grammer
  • Andy Garcia
  • Chuck Norris
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • Tom Selleck
  • Gary Sinise

  • Tina Sloan
  • Shawnee Smith
  • Suzanne Somers
  • Sylvester Stallone
  • Janine Turner
  • Vince Vaughn
  • Jon Voight
  • Bruce Willis
  • James Woods

Comedians

  • Drew Carey
  • Adam Carolla

  • Terry Fator
  • Jeff Foxworthy

  • Dennis Miller
  • Paul Rodriguez

Directors
  • David Zucker
Producers

  • Jerry Bruckheimer
  • Lionel Chetwynd

  • Gerald R. Molen
  • Burt Sugarman

Screenwriters
  • Joe Eszterhas
Television and radio personalities

  • Rachel Campos-Duffy
  • Monica Crowley
  • Elisabeth Hasselbeck
  • Robert Kagan
  • Robin Leach

  • Meghan McCain, John McCain's daughter
  • Leah Messer
  • Heidi Montag
  • Michael Savage

  • Alexandria Sekella
  • Cal Thomas

Mark Lavin

Musicians

  • Trace Adkins
  • Rodney Atkins
  • Neal E. Boyd
  • Robert Burck
  • Alice Cooper
  • Dave Mustaine, lead singer of Megadeth
  • Sara Evans
  • David Foster
  • Lee Greenwood
  • Andy Griggs
  • Mike Love

  • Meat Loaf
  • Jo Dee Messina
  • Ronnie Milsap
  • Sam Moore
  • Wayne Newton
  • Ted Nugent
  • Jamie O'Neal
  • The Oak Ridge Boys
  • Donny Osmond
  • Randy Owen
  • Collin Raye
  • John Rich

  • T.G. Sheppard
  • Shyne
  • Joe Perry, guitarist for Aerosmith
  • Kid Rock
  • Gene Simmons, bassist/co-vocalist for Kiss
  • Scott Stapp
  • Lane Turner
  • Hank Williams, Jr.
  • Vanilla Ice
  • Johnny Van Zant

Adult Film Stars
  • Jenna Jameson


Athletes

Baseball

  • Dale Murphy

  • JP Arencibia

Basketball

  • Greg Anthony

  • Bob Cousy

  • Chris Dudley

Bobsled

  • Jean Racine-Prahm

  • Bill Schuffenhauer

Football

  • John Elway
  • Brent Jones

  • Nick Mangold
  • Burgess Owens

  • Matt Kalil

Golf

  • Rickie Fowler

  • Jack Nicklaus

Ice hockey

  • Michael Eruzione

  • Jaromír Jágr

  • Tim Thomas

Ice skating

  • Andy Gabel
  • Dan Jansen

  • Derek Parra
  • Dorothy Hamill

  • Scott Hamilton
  • Kristi Yamaguchi

Skeet shooters
  • Kim Rhode
Skeleton racers

  • Noelle Pikus-Pace

  • Lea Ann Parsley

  • Jimmy Shea

Skiing
  • Christopher Devlin-Young
Swimming
  • Rowdy Gaines
Professional Wrestling
  • Hulk Hogan

  • Vince McMahon

Foreign political figures

  • David Cameron, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
  • Petr Nečas, Prime Minister of the Czech Republic.
  • Mikheil Saakashvili, President of Georgia.
  • Lech Wałęsa, former President of Poland.

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