One Big Thing: What can Americans learn from Senator John McCain’s legacy of civility?
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What is it?
- This past weekend, Cindy McCain published an op-ed in The Hill honoring her husband Senator John McCain’s commitment to civility and public service.
- In the op-ed, Mrs. McCain called for the current members of congress and other government officials to embrace civic discourse as a means of bridging the partisan divide that exists today.
Why is it important?
- Following his return from brain surgery in 2017, Senator McCain called for bipartisanship and a return to a more civilized political age in a speech on the Senate floor. His message is even more important today as Americans head into an important election this November.
- Last week, marked two years since Senator McCain’s passing, as well as his birthday. To honor the Senator’s life and legacy, McCain family asks you to engage in Acts of Civility. Visit johnmccain.com for more on Acts of Civility and about the life and legacy of Senator John McCain.
What can you do?
- Check out some #ActsOfCivility you can take HERE
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