The New York Times alleges that Vicki Iseman was involved with Senator John McCain

John McCain Gave “Special Favors to Female Lobbyist”

Vicki Iseman, who is alleged by the New York Times to be the female lobbyist given “special favors” by John McCain, is a partner at Alcalde & Fay, a DC lobbying firm.

–UPDATE: 10:30 pm February 20, 2008

Alerted by a comment on this story, all information on Vicki Iseman has now disappeared from the Alcalde and Fay website.  After checking, this is true as of now. 

The information below was copied from the firm’s website when this story was originally posted. 

From the firm’s website:
Vicki Iseman, Partner, represents corporate and public clients on issues as diverse as government contracting and regulatory reform. Her experience includes representation of clients before Congress, Federal government agencies and local opinion leaders.

She has extensive experience in telecommunications, representing corporations before the House and Senate Commerce Committees. Her work on the landmark 1992 and 1996 communications bills helped secure cable access for broadcast television stations. Her experience in the communications field includes digital television conversion, satellite regulations and telecommunications ownership provisions.

She has been active in grassroots communications campaigns for clients, building community based support for legislative initiatives. Among others, she participated in the “Keep America Moving” campaign that educated community leaders on the allocation of Federal highway trust funds.

What else do we know about Vicki Iseman?

What other scandals involving presidential candidates were reported–or not reported–by the press in the last year?

Scandals involving John Edwards-Rielle Hunter and the Larry Sinclair allegations of sex and drugs with Barack Obama also are–or were–in the news.

Whether they were in the Mainstream Media or not.
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John McCain, Vicki Iseman: Who is Vicki Iseman?


John McCain, Vicki Iseman: Who is Vicki Iseman?

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