Arizona senator seeks Hispanic voters in re-election bid with ‘Unidos con McCain’ campaign

by Fox News Latino  |  published on October 19, 2015

In an effort to woo Hispanic voters to his re-election bid, U.S. Sen. John McCain out together a coalition of Latino business leaders to back him up.

At a campaign event this past week in Phoenix’s Desert Sky Mall – where he toured through parts of “Mercado de los Cielos,” a former warehouse that now houses dozens of small shops owned mostly by Latinos – the five-term senator and 2008 Republican nominee rolled out his coalition called “Unidos con McCain” or “United with McCain.”

“This is an example of what entrepreneurship and opportunity is all about,” said McCain, according to KTAR News. “This is what our Arizona economy is all about.”

  • Paul Boore

    This OLD RINO needs to be retired to the happy hunting ground of AZ… He can’t remember how to spell conservative any more, let alone act like one.

  • billdeserthills

    McCain was censured last year by the republican party, so he had better find a new place to work from.

  • Penny Fuentes

    I thought this degenerate was retiring and not running. This is disgusting he is up there with Boehner, McConnell, Graham, Ryan and other RINOS who have done nothing but use us, like parasites, for votes.

  • Conservative mama

    Old men don’t know when to quit. He has lost his judgement totally. Does more harm than good.

  • JC

    Hey McCain— if i were you i would drop out and retire before you are defeated and embarrassed—you have served long enough and have become a liability to us.

    • judyjudy

      And you vote WITH obama, most of the time! RINO!!!

  • oldvinnie

    Pack your bags McShame. We will not reelect you!

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