Sarah Palin leaves the U.S. District courthouse in Knoxville, Tenn., after testifying in the trial of David Kernell, the man accused hacking into her email during the 2009 Presidential campaign.
(MONTGOMERY, AL) – Today, on the 90th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote, Sarah Palin announced her endorsement of fellow conservative Martha Roby, Republican nominee in Alabama’s Second Congressional District.
The former Alaska Governor and 2008 Vice Presidential candidate announced the endorsement in a note to supporters on her popular Facebook page.
“I am very grateful for Governor Palin’s endorsement and her kind words,” said Martha Roby. “She is an important leader in the conservative movement, and like many others I was inspired and motivated by her leadership and grace when she took the national stage in 2008.”
“Governor Palin knows that we need to send conservative leaders with common sense to Washington,” said Roby. “She understands that preserving our freedom is what’s most important to this great nation, not the Democrats’ agenda to grow our government and mortgage away our children's future. I’m proud to have her support in my campaign.”
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