With the primary and caucus season just weeks away, a pro-Sarah Palin group is doing its part to get the former Alaska governor and GOP vice-presidential candidate into the 2012 Republican White House nomination sweepstakes.
Conservatives4Palin says in a blog on its website that it will use Iowa as the launchpad for a TV ad pushing Palin to get into the race for the Republican presidential nomination — and with good reason: the Iowa caucuses are Jan. 3.
The group plans to air the ad on KCAU TV in Sioux City on Nov. 29.
The support group acknowledges on its site that it does not know where its efforts will go next after the ad launch, but it floats the idea of commisioning a national GOP primary poll including Palin as one of the options.
They remind Palin and fellow supporters that "time is running short for her to reconsider."
Conservatives4Palin describes itself as a group of everyday Americans who believe in what Palin stands for, including her push for an energy independent America and her belief in free market capitalism.
The movement says it is "not a draft Palin site" but adds it is dedicated to "rectifying the great wrong committed against Sarah Palin, an honest and honorable leader, in the 2008 election."
The group says its supporters "watched in horror" as a "biased media" attacked Palin during and after the election.
Palin said in October that she would not run for public office. The announcement at the time ended months of speculation about whether she would enter the 2012 race.
In a YouTube video she proclaimed, "You don't need an office or a title to make a difference."
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