Sarah Palin says she’ll help pick candidates, play significant role in 2014 midterm elections in fiery new ad

Posted: March 29, 2013 by Rizwan Riyad in News, U.S, world
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The former VP candidate released a two-minute spot, titled ‘Loaded for Bear,’ in which she took aim at Washington D.C. and told supporters ‘We haven’t yet begun to fight.

“The next election is 20 months away. The last thing we need is Washington, D.C. vetting our candidates,” Palin says in the ad.

“The next election is 20 months away. The last thing we need is Washington, D.C. vetting our candidates,” Palin says in the ad.

Former Republican Gov. Sarah Palin sent out the message that she is still firmly rooted in America’s political debate in an ad released by her political action committee Wednesday, which focuses on the 2014 elections.

The two-minute ad, titled “Loaded for Bear,” focuses heavily on Palin’s CPAC appearance, lauding her as the fearless anti-establishment superstar. The video also features freshman Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) praising Palin for her work in 2012 and giving her credit for his win, as well as that of others. It also features text reminding viewers that there are 35 Senate races and 36 gubernatorial races next year. The video ends with the silhouette of a bear growling, and the words “We haven’t yet begun to fight.

Sponsored by SarahPAC, the video description on YouTube links a donation page (which also features the ad), asking for monetary help to elect more “great” Republicans in 2014. Donors who commit $50 or more receive a signed photo from CPAC.

next election is 20 months away; the last thing we need is Washington, D.C., vetting our candidates,” Palin says as part of 2013 CPAC speech, which provides a running voiceover in the ad.

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