PHOENIX (AP) -- Republican John McCain has cast his ballot at a church near his central Phoenix home.
McCain stepped out of a sport-utility vehicle Tuesday morning with wife Cindy as a small crowd cheered "Go, John, go!" and "We love you!" One person carried a sign that read, "Use your brain, vote McCain!"
They walked into the church, cast their ballots and left within minutes, avoiding any lines.
McCain signed a poster and gave the thumbs-up sign before leaving without speaking to reporters.
Earlier, McCain could be seen on the patio of his high-rise condo, pacing with a cell phone and a large cup of coffee.
McCain was heading to a rally in Grand Junction, Colo., and a volunteer site in New Mexico before returning to Phoenix.
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