JohnMcCain.com has shed its presidential campaign garb and readied itself for a 2010 Senate campaign.

The website has transitioned away from its former campaign themes and relaunched to ready Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainThe peculiar priorities of Adam Schiff Ocasio-Cortez fires back at Lindsey Graham: 'Graham wants to bring back 1950s McCarthyism' Meghan McCain knocks Lindsey Graham for defending Trump's tweets: 'This is not the person I used to know' MORE's (R-Ariz.) reelection effort next fall.

"We've recently re-launched my website, JohnMcCain.com, where you can find the latest information about my work on behalf of the people of Arizona and ways to directly get involved in my re-election campaign," McCain wrote in an email to supporters Monday, inviting them to check out the new site.

"I hope to continue my service in the United States Senate on your behalf and will need your involvement to get re-elected," the longtime Arizona Republican said. "I'm honored to serve the people of Arizona as a Member of the U.S. Senate, and with your help, I will continue my service to my home state of Arizona and our country."

Gone from the website are the stark black-and-yellow themes and stars evoking McCain's military service.

View a screenshot of the presidential campaign website (from March of 2008) here.

Visit the current site here.