McCain Campaign Crowds Grow Exponentially Saturday in Colorado Springs, about 10,000 people waved American flags. The number seemed unfathomable to the campaign just last month. So what happened? Two words: Sarah Palin. A typical McCain event before he announced the Alaska governor as his running mate averaged only about 1,000 people. Now 5,000 has been the low end of turnout in the last few days, and the biggest event last weekend drew about 11,000.0 Comments
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