McCain talks about Washington corruption and pork barrel spending. Holding the pen Ronald Reagan gave to him, McCain said he would veto any bill containing pork-barrel spending and make any persons attaching such extra spending measures famous.
McCain rallies his supporters with messages of bi-partisan efforts to 'work for America.' This has been a common theme throughout his campaign.
Senator Sam Brownback (R-KS) also appeared to speak in support of McCain's candidacy. Brownback recently dropped out of the presidential race and endorsed the Arizona senator. Jay Heine, Senior Grassroots advisor at the Iowa headquarters said he and many other Brownback supporters moved on to support Senator McCain.
Brownback mentions McCain's fiscal conservative stance against pork-barrel spending.
Brownback talks about McCain's pro-life stance and ability to lead.
McCain shows his sense of humor here as he departs from the Iowa campaign headquarters on Caucus Eve. A couple of the local anchor men doing stand-ups were very loud, and one of the staff joked, "Don't they have microphones?"
Last night at the John McCain Iowa headquarters, all the big-wig networks showed- naturally. Its a relatively small place, but it was packed to the brim. I spotted Tim Russert and George Stephanopolous and managed to get a photo with Russert.
Presidential Candidate, Governor Bill Richardson (D-NM), made a stop at a home in Des Moines Sunday to answer supporters and undecided voters' questions. I asked how he would prevent abuses of presidential power.
News networks from around the world are already filming live from the Polk County Convention Center in Des Moines Iowa. An individual workspace costs 200 bucks but the coffee and wine is free in the Google You Tube lounge. The photo above was shot before Sam Donaldson gave a report on how to ask political questions to candidates (video uploading).