By Gary P Jackson
Sarah Palin will be in The Woodlands, near Houston on Friday along with Senator Jim DeMint and Texas Tea Party Leaders.
Click here, or on the image above to RSVP.
This from American Grizzlies/Organize4Palin:
This Friday July 27, 2012: Join Sarah Palin as she helps GOTV for Ted Cruz in Houston, Texas.
WHAT: Ted Cruz for United States Senate Get Out the Vote Rally!
WHEN: Friday July 27, 2012. 6-7pm
WHERE: Town Green Park, 2099 Lake Robbins Drive. The Woodlands, TX 77380
There’s some fixin to be done!
You need to do a public RSVP to: Pat: http://www.tedcruz.org/rally
Also, we’d like to get American Grizzlies United members to RSVP to us so we can help you connect with each other at the rally, take group AGU photo’s, and get others to sign up with AGU!
This is great news as everything points to a resounding victory by TedCruz in this election, but Establishment candidate David Dewhurst hasn’t given up, and his campaign of lies and slander has been infused with more outsider cash. With Sarah Palin and Jim DeMint rallying the troops, the excitement for true Conservative leadership in Washington will continue to grow.
National Journal adds:
Ted Cruz will kick off the final weekend before the Texas Republican Senate runoff at a rally with Sarah Palin in the Houston area on Friday evening, his campaign announced on Wednesday.
It will be rare campaign trail appearance by the former vice presidential nominee, who endorses in congressional races from time to time, but rarely travels to stump on behalf of her preferred candidate.
South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint, as well as local and national tea party leaders, will also attend the GOTV rally at the Woodlands, north of Houston.
Palin endorsed Cruz in May, before the May 31 primary in which the former state solicitor general forced frontrunning Lt. Governor David Dewhurst into a runoff, which will take place on Tuesday.
The race has pitted Palin opposite Texas Gov. Rick Perry who is backing Dewhurst, the candidate whose millions of dollars and high name ID once made him look like the inevitable successor to retiring Republican Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison.
But a strong effort from Cruz and backing from well-funded national conservative groups have kept him in the game. Signs that he is poised to pull off the upset are abound this week. Palin’s decision to travel to Texas is the latest one.
If you haven’t already cast your early vote for Ted Cruz, Check over in the right hand column of our website for a link to early voting sites.