The peril that involvement in the "Keating Five" savings and loan scandal posed to the career of Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) appears to be fading. Two new independent polls show that a majority of Arizona voters are now satisfied with the job McCain, who is seeking a second term this fall, is doing. In an Arizona Republic poll, however, only 42% of voters said they were "satisfied" or "very satisfied" with fellow Keating Five member Democrat Dennis DeConcini, but he isn't up for reelection until 1994.
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