Gov. Sarah Palin to Speak at Center for Arizona Policy Event

Center for Arizona Policy

For Immediate Release: February 2, 2010

PHOENIX – Center for Arizona Policy announced today that former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will be the keynote speaker for the 2010 CAP Family Dinner on April 24, 2010, at the Glendale Renaissance Hotel & Spa.

Sarah Palin is a trailblazer who understands the challenge of overcoming adversity on both a personal and professional level. Rising from small-town origins to become a dominant figure on the national scene, she served as the first female governor of Alaska and was the first Republican woman nominated for vice- president. Palin is a fearless, resilient, and independent voice who stands firm by the principles and values for which she holds dear.

Also speaking at the event will be Center for Arizona Policy president Cathi Herrod. Arizona newspapers have recognized Cathi as one of the ten most influential leaders of the 2000-2009 decade, one of the top five female lobbyists, and as one of the key people “with juice” at the Arizona Capitol.

For information about the event, contact 602.424.2525 or www.azpolicy.org.

Center for Arizona Policy is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and defending the family by influencing policy, communicating truth, and empowering families to promote timeless values.

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Center for Arizona Policy

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Comments

  1. Yah, right. says

    Sarah is a populist quitter who left her state in the dust to cash in on her fleeting fame.

    She should go back and face the folks in Alaska.

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