June 27, 2010
Sarah Palin is speaking at a Norfolk rally for conservatives Sunday, with two heroes of Virginia's Republican right serving as warm-up acts.
Her former running mate John McCain speaks Sunday at Old Dominion University's Ted Constant Center. The star-spangled event starts at 6:30 p.m.
Palin resigned as Alaska's governor in July 2009. The move fueled rumors she would run for president in 2012, and she has since prospered financially and politically on the talk circuit.
With her will be 1980s Iran-Contra figure and former Virginia Senate candidate Oliver North and former governor and U.S. Sen. George Allen. Allen lost his Senate seat in 2006 in a "Macaca" moment.
Allen has published a book for what Republicans say is a bid to win back his Senate seat from Democrat Jim Webb in 2012.
Saturday, June 26
Former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will be appearing in Norfolk Sunday. She'll be speaking at "Freedom Fest", a rally sponsored by a conservative talk radio station.
The event on the Old Dominion University campus, is billed as a salute to military personnel, police and firefighters.
Among the other guests is George Allen, the former U.S. Senator in Virginia. He is considered to be a possible candidate for that office in the future.
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