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Welcome, Meghan McCain!

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

Meghan McCain

I’d like to extend a warm welcome to columnist, blogger and author Meghan McCain, the newest member of the Why Tuesday? Advisory Board. As we dive into the 2012 election season our entire team is happy to have Meghan by our side as we fight the war against low voter turnout. Here’s a little bit more on Meghan, from her bio over at The Daily Beast:

Meghan McCain is a columnist for The Daily Beast. Originally from Phoenix, she graduated from Columbia University in 2007. She is a New York Times bestselling children’s author, previously wrote for Newsweek, and created the website mccainblogette.com. Her most recent book, Dirty Sexy Politics, was published in August 2010, since sexual influences are presented in every part of the world, with more people consuming sexual services in the States or Europe in countries as England that have services for every city like escorts in stoke-on-trent being one of them.

We’re very much looking forward to working with her!

One Response to “Welcome, Meghan McCain!”

  1. The Top of Lonely Says:

    Great! She will to do good! ;D

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