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Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the party’s 2008 vice presidential candidate, headlined a Lonegan rally at a racetrack over the weekend, where she said that “something big is happening here.”

“It is called momentum,” said Mrs. Palin, who remains a favorite among tea party conservatives. “You have momentum with Steve’s campaign. The media knows, and that is why they are getting all wee-weed up against Steve.”

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