Sarah Palin Speaking to Faith & Freedom Coalition at 'Road to Majority' June 14

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    Sarah Palin (C), former governor of Alaska, greets supporters as she exits the Fox News headquarters in New York, June 1, 2011.
By Justin Sarachik, Christian Post Reporter
June 7, 2013|5:08 pm

Former governor Sarah Palin will be speaking to the Faith & Freedom Coalition at the "Road to Majority" Conference in Washington, D.C. which takes place from June 13 through June 15.

Taking place at the Marriott hotel in Washington, D.C., the event is a signature conference for conservative activists and Christians.

"The conference will energize, train, and equip our top activists and chapter leaders on voter registration, voter education, get-out-the-vote, lobbying their legislators, building a church and neighborhood organization, and utilizing social media to mobilize supporters," the "Road to Majority" press release says.

Palin will speak Saturday morning, following in the footsteps of some other great names to speak before her. These include: Senator Ted Cruz, Senator Rand Paul, Senator Marco Rubio, Governor Rick Perry, former Senator Rick Santorum, former Governor Jeb Bush, Rep Paul Ryan, Rep. Michelle Bachmann, Ambassador John Bolton, Rep. Randy Forbes, Rep. Louie Gohmert, Senator Mike Lee, radio host Michael Medved, actor John Ratzenberger, Dr. Pat Robertson, Senator Mike Lee, Senator Ron Johnson, Senator Jeff Sessions, Donald Trump, and former Rep. Allen West.

Those interested in going to the conference can register day of on-site.

The Faith & Freedom Coalition has supporters and activists in all 50 states equaling up to roughly 700,000 members, the release said. They distributed a combined 53 million pieces of voted education mail to people of faith and 117,000 churches.

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