ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- John McCain says he has a bipartisan record and the scars to prove it. The Republican presidential nominee says rival Barack Obama does not.
He is telling convention delegates that "change is coming" to Washington, and that he has a record of working with members of both parties to fix the country's ills. He says he will govern that way if elected president. And, he promises to reach out to anyone to help.
McCain also is bemoaning constant partisan rancor in excerpts of his acceptance speech.
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