Celebrating the 19th Amendment Palin Endorses Seven Women

SarahPalinSarah Palin did not produce the greatest batting average with her endorsements on Tuesday but that never stopped her with asserting her support for the additional group of candidates on Wednesday.

The Alaskan governor recommended 7 women on her Facebook page that are running for office this year while mentioning the 90th anniversary regarding the ratification of the 19th Amendment, that established women having the legal right to vote.

“Words cannot express the depth of gratitude we owe to those brave feminist fore mothers who struggled and sacrificed, endured imprisonment and ridicule, and fought fearlessly to grant future generations of American women a voice,” Ms. Palin wrote.

The previous day Ms. Palin endorsed two candidates –- Clint Didier, a Senate candidate in Washington who failed to make it out of primaries, and Rita Meyer, a Wyoming gubernatorial candidate. (Not surprisingly, two congressional candidates Palin supported in Washington have been more formidable.) Ms. Palin furthermore went to her Facebook page shortly after Emily’s List, the association that intends to vote for Democratic women that support abortion rights, introduced Sarah Doesn’t Speak For Me, a move dealing with Ms. Palin and her large list of endorsees. There are four incumbent Democratic congressmen that are Ms. Palin’s latest picks, such as Martha Roby, that is attempting to unseat Representative Bobby Bright inside of a traditional Alabama district. The three additional prospects Ms. Palin recommended are actually campaigning for state-wide office.

Nearly all of the campaigners Ms. Palin backed on Wednesday are currently in general election mode, however she mentioned that she experienced a couple of regrets related to inserting herself with a great number of primaries this midterm cycle.