Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin travels far and wide to do what she can to make the world a better place. And this weekend, she is traveling to Haiti with evangelist Franklin Graham, to visit a cholera clinic among other stops, Politico reports
In addition to offering comfort to citizens in a battered nation, Palin’s trip gives the potential presidential candidate a chance to “expand her image and policy portfolio beyond a darling of the tea party movement,” Politico says.
In addition, “she'll be able to better establish her claim to evangelical voters if she chooses to seek the Republican presidential nomination. Evangelicals overwhelmingly supported former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, one of Palin's potential 2012 rivals, in the early 2008 GOP primaries and caucuses. Graham, the son of Rev. Billy Graham, is extremely popular among evangelicals.”
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