A Sarah Palin organizer in Iowa insists that the former vice presidential candidate will run for the White House in 2012, reports the Daily Telegraph
Peter Singleton, a California lawyer and leader of the national group Organize4Palin, told Telegraph reporters at the premiere of Palin’s documentary, “The Undefeated,” that Palin will conduct an “unorthodox, grassroots campaign the likes of which you’ve never seen.”
Singleton has been on the ground in Iowa organizing a potential Palin 2012 campaign for the last few months, so many believe his proclamation has validity. But, Palin has yet to corroborate any such idea.
“It’s a tough decision, it’s a big decision to decide whether to run for office or not. I’m still contemplating… you know, a lot goes into such a life-changing, relatively earth-shattering type of decision,” Palin told reports at the same documentary premiere event.
Palin has her family remaining tight-lipped about her campaign plans as well. “You remember, Bristol, what we talk about on the fishing boat stays on the fishing boat,” Palin told her daughter after a television interview tried to solicit a declaration from Palin’s oldest daughter.
Singleton admitted that Palin would need to campaign hard after an announcement in order to awaken what he called her “latent” support. “Her people are going to have to campaign in every town and every county,” he said.
Singleton was optimistic, though, that rousing Palin’s support base would give her the edge. He believes she would have “hundreds of thousands of volunteers, 10 times more than any other candidate.”
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