In New Hampshire, they’re still holding out hope for Sarah.
Cheerleaders for former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin are eagerly awaiting her keynote speech Feb. 11 at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C., hoping against all odds she’ll shake up the GOP field and announce a run — for president.
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“If she’s going to do it, that’s when she’d do it,” said Warren Rasmussen, the volunteer New Hampshire coordinator for Organize4Palin.com. “If she felt there was really no one who could make a proper case for conservatism, I think she might feel compelled to run.”
Sure, it’s a long shot, but Rasmussen said Palin’s backers will not be denied.
“Certainly she has a large devoted core group of followers who have written in her name in Iowa and elsewhere,” Rasmussen said.
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