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Palin Will Go from Iowa to New Hampshire

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Now What? We knew Sarah Palin was headlining the Tea Party of America’s event at the Indianola Balloon Field this Saturday. There is a conflicting mix of announcement rumors and skepticism about her visit. Her diehards think this will be THE announcement that she’s running for president. Others question her desire to give up her lucrative life and ability to put together the organizational staffing and fundraising she would need to be a top-level candidate. Either way, this may fuel some of the talk even more. Palin will go to New Hampshire after her Iowa appearance, according to this release from the Tea Party Express.


The Tea Party Express – http://www.TeaPartyExpress.org – is excited to announce that Governor Sarah Palin will once again be a part of the Tea Party Express national tour! Governor Palin has confirmed she will attend the Tea Party Express rally in Manchester, NH on Monday, where she will give brief remarks.

Chairman Amy Kremer said, “We are always thrilled to have Sarah Palin join one of our rallies. She is an electrifying figure in conservative politics and a hero to the tea party movement. We’ve been fortunate to have her at five of our past tea party rallies, including two of our biggest tour kickoffs. Governor Palin is a true tea party champion and knows she has an open invitation anytime!”

The Tea Party Express is in the midst of a 30-city tour themed “Reclaiming America,” which culminates in Tampa, FL for the Tea Party Presidential Debate hosted by CNN and Tea Party Express. The event in Manchester takes place on Monday, September 5th from 12pm-1:30pm, at the Veterans Square Park. More information can be found HERE.

Other high-profile figures who have confirmed attendance at various stops along the Tea Party Express route include presidential candidates Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Herman Cain, Gary Johnson, Buddy Roemer, and Thaddeus McCotter.

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