With the midterm elections taking place today, tomorrow is the unofficial beginning of the race for the 2012 GOP nomination.
Tea Party: Claims that Tea Party candidates will find a home in the GOP (AP, 11/2)
GOP: Says that Party will have to earn trust since voters are “not saying ‘Hey, we love you Republicans,’” (CBS, 11/1).
2012: Tells WaPo that a 2012 bid is becoming “increasingly” practical (WaPo, 10/29).
Florida: Holds “Jobs Here Jobs Now” rally in Florida (Florida Times-Union, 10/29).
Alaska: Making robo-calls on behalf of Joe Miller (AP, 11/1).
Iowa: Making robo-calls against the retention of three Iowa judges (Daily Caller, 10/29).
Health Care: Defends MA health care program, says national reform law is “unconstitutional” (GOP 12, 11/2).
Maine: Stumps for congressional candidate Dean Scontras, who is challenging Rep. Chellie Pingree (News 13, 11/1).
Iowa: Campaigns with GOP gubernatorial nominee Terry Branstad (Des Moines Register, 10/27).
2010: Find out how Palin-endorsed candidates perform on election day (WaPo, 11/2).
GOP: Says that the “good old boys club” is working against her (Politico, 11/2).
Colorado: Making robo-calls on behalf of Tom Tancredo (ABC, 11/1).
Media: Floats Breitbart-linked conspiracy theory (Media Matters, 11/1).
West Virginia: Stumps with John Raese and praises “Mountain mamas” (LAT, 10/30).
Minnesota: Low favorability numbers may hurt GOP chances of retaining the governorship (City Pages, 11/1).
Palin: Defends Palin over Twitter over claims that she is unelectable (TPM, 11/1).
GOP: Calls on his Party to focus on deficit reduction if in power (National Journal, 11/2).
2012: May leave GOP leadership to seek presidency or governorship (Indy Star, 10/31).