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Latest Sarah Palin Items
Rep. Mike Pence, Indiana Republican, edged ahead of former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee for first place in the Family Research Council's Values Voters Summit 2012 presidential straw poll Saturday. Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin placed sixth.
In the weeks following her defeat in the GOP primary, U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski went back and forth over whether to re-enter the race as a write-in candidate or accept life outside Washington and a role other than Alaska's senior senator.
After helping propel several upstart Republican contenders to recent primary victories, Sarah Palin said Friday in Des Moines that it's time for Republicans to unite now that primary season is over.
Sarah Palin will be the big draw at Friday's Reagan Dinner in Des Moines, the Iowa Republican Party's biggest fundraiser. The question that will be on everyone's mind is whether she'll run for president in 2012.
President Obama's glittering campaign for the White House two years ago is a hard act to follow.
The nominee who stunned her party makes her Washington debut at the annual Values Voters Summit, telling social and religious conservatives that no one is trying to take over the party or take over the country. She says — and these are her words — "we have always been in charge."
Few political analysts thought Christine O'Donnell, political neophyte and perennial outsider candidate, would defeat heavyweight, nine-time Rep. Michael N. Castle in the Delaware Republican Senate primary for Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.'s former Senate seat. Against what initially seemed like insurmountable odds, Miss O'Donnell soundly beat Mr. Castle 53 percent to 47 percent.
Former Attorney General Kelly Ayotte beat out a tea-party challenger for the New Hampshire Republican Senate nomination, the secretary of state's office reported Wednesday.
As the electoral fog lifted after this week's primaries, the Republican Party on Wednesday began the awkward task of reaching out to "tea party"-backed winners they previously shunned.