palin1 From Brenna Findley’s Campaign:

Des Moines, IA-   Iowa Attorney General Nominee Brenna Findley today said she is glad to accept the endorsement of former Vice Presidential nominee and Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin.  Palin endorsed Findley on Facebook today on the anniversary of women’s suffrage, calling Findley a bold, sharp, selfless woman who will respect the Constitution.

Palin said, "We desperately need these conservative leaders who won’t kowtow to the Obama administration’s big government overreach into our states, small businesses, families, and individual lives."

Findley said, "I am excited to be endorsed by Governor Sarah Palin, who shares a passion for protecting our Constitution. She recognizes the people of Iowa need an attorney general who will actively stand up and defend Iowans, not the interests of the political elite.  I am working hard, campaigning in all 99 counties, because I will put the people of Iowa first as Attorney General."

Update: Here’s the original Facebook post where she made the announcement in connection with the 90th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage.

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