Tag Archives: mccain

Obama, McCain campaigns spar over credit card donations

Tyler Metzger

As the 2008 presidential campaign nears its dramatic finish, both candidates’ online donation procedures are being scrutinized for legitimacy. What’s all the grumbling? It has to do with how their Web sites handle credit card donations.
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Did lost credit card unveil dirty politics?

Jeremy Simon

A lost credit card appears to have unveiled some dirty politics in the contest for Arizona’s third congressional district, pitting incumbent Rep. John Shadegg (R) against Bob Lord (D).
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Sarah Palin thinks ‘out of the box’ on credit card reform

Daniel Ray

In an interview with Maria Bartiromo, Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential pick Sarah Palin hints that she may be active on a front that John McCain has been silent on — credit card reform.
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Obama may reform McCain’s credit card rate

Daniel Ray

If Barack Obama’s elected president, he says he’ll reform the way credit card issuers increase interest rates. And if that happens, he may end up helping out Sen. John McCain. According to newly released financial disclosure forms, McCain’s been paying an eye-popping 25.99 percent on his personal credit card.
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Plastic politicking: Donating to campaigns by credit card

Emily Crone

Are you crazy for Barack? Are you rooting for Hillary? Are you counting on McCain? Do you “heart” Huckabee? It’s quick and easy to support your favorite presidential candidate with your credit card.
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