Conservatives’ favorite “Mama Grisly” is officially gearing up to give a rousing CPAC speech this month in D.C.
Sarah Palin has confirmed participation at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference, to be held Feb. 25-28 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Md.
American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp:
“Gov. Sarah Palin possesses a unique ability to speak directly to the American people,” said Schlapp. “She has been enthusiastically received by the conservative grassroots activists and students who attend CPAC, the American Conservative Union’s annual event, and I know her involvement this year will be even more exciting than her past appearances.”
“In addition to being a devoted wife, loving mother, and a crusading conservative mayor, commissioner and governor, Sarah Palin is known for her unwavering affection and loyalty to our country and our shared conservative values. Few have worked harder in the past six years to elect conservatives, many of whom will also speak at CPAC this year. She is committed to the rights of the unborn, a champion of the American entrepreneurial spirit, and a firm supporter of preserving American sovereignty. Sarah Palin always displays humility and respect for hardworking Americans. She is an extraordinary American, a two-time CPAC closer, and we are grateful to have her join us again at CPAC 2015.”
Palin is in good company. The mega-assembly of conservative power players scheduled to speak includes Media Research Center President L. Brent Bozell III, Dr. Ben Carson, Sen. Ted Cruz, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Mark Levin, Sen. Rand Paul, Gov. Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, and Tim Scott.
You can learn more and register for CPAC HERE.
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