Sunday, March 28, 2010

Now it's Central Texas' turn

Last week Sarah Palin made appearances in both East and West Texas, one in Beaumont and two in Midland. Early in February she headlined two more East Texas events, one in downtown Houston and another in the Bayou City suburb of Cypress. The former Alaska governor hasn't been seen publicly in Central Texas since early December, when the Going Rogue book tour brought her to Fort Hood (She was also in North Texas the same day at a Plano book signing).

It's Central Texas' turn again. As we noted last month, the first woman to be the GOP's candidate for vice president will be in Texas' capitol city April 29 to deliver a speech for Heroic Media. That organization, according to the Austin American-Statesman's Jason Embry:
"...places Internet, television and billboard advertisements to reach out to women with unplanned pregnancies and connect them with pregnancy resource centers (with hopes that they will not seek abortions)."
The event will be held at the Austin Convention Center, and General Admission tickets start at $50, while seats in the Reserved Section are priced at $100 each. You can purchase tickets online here.

- JP

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