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Brown answers McCain’s call for help

Will straddle party split as he stumps in Ariz.

Newly elected Senator Scott Brown met with Senator John McCain of Arizona in January while making the rounds in Washington. McCain, under fire from the right, is reaching out to Brown. Newly elected Senator Scott Brown met with Senator John McCain of Arizona in January while making the rounds in Washington. McCain, under fire from the right, is reaching out to Brown. (Jonathan Wiggs/ Globe Staff)
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / March 5, 2010

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TUCSON - J.D. Hayworth, a former congressman and conservative AM radio host, nearly lost his voice this week delivering fiery attacks on John McCain, the Republican 2008 presidential nominee whom Hayworth accuses of betraying his party and getting too cozy with East Coast liberals. The four-term senator, says Hayworth, “is not the John McCain we knew.’’ (Full article: 1249 words)

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