Washington (CNN) — Sarah Palin, the former Alaska governor and vice presidential pick, is headed to Iowa next month for a conservative gathering that will showcase no fewer than nine potential 2016 presidential contenders.
She’s one of the confirmed speakers at the inaugural Iowa Freedom Summit, an event organized by Iowa Rep. Steve King and conservative group Citizens United to “bring grassroots activists from across Iowa to hear directly from national conservative leaders,” per its website. The event is scheduled for Jan. 24.
Palin raised eyebrows last Spring when she said she’d “never say never” to a 2016 presidential run, and remains a star within the conservative wing of the GOP, but there’s little indication she’s moving forward with preparations for a bid.
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