Megan McCain gives her dad one more vote for Father's Day

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Here's a Father's Day gift most of us cannot give: Megan McCain, daughter of Presidential hopeful Senator John McCain, has changed her voter registration from Independent to Republican, for her dad. "I did this as a symbol of my commitment to my dad and to represent the faith I have in his ability to be an effective leader for our country and to grow and strengthen the Republican Party when he is elected president of the United States," she wrote on her blog. "Happy Father's Day, Dad!"

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Megan is also writing a children's book for kids ages five to 10 about her father, tentatively titled "My Dad, John McCain." In a press release from publisher Simon & Schuster, Megan says, "I am truly excited about the opportunity to write a children's book about my father, who is not only a fantastic dad, but also a great American."

John McCain must be very proud of his daughter; she is clearly proud of him. We wish them both a happy Father's Day.

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