Governor Palin traveled to Auburn, New York, for their Founder's Day, which is celebrating Alaska's 50th anniversary of statehood, because Secretary of State William Seward from Auburn negotiated the purchase of Alaska from Russia. She participated in the parade, spoke at city hall, and again at a Seward House fundraiser.
More than 20,000 showed up on the parade route, 5x what they had expected. Here is the brief speech at City Hall:
The event at Seward House was sold out. Enjoy the great speech there:
This is Part 1 of the speech. At the conclusion the other parts should pop up, so you can click to continue. There are 5 parts total, the speech is about 25 minutes.
Visit Conservatives4Palin (C4P) for great pictures and local reports of the Palins' visit to Central New York. Thanks for all the good work, C4P!
Saturday, June 06, 2009