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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Palin hires a chief of staff

Sarah Palin has hired a veteran operative to serve as a chief of staff to her loosely organized team, one of the biggest indicators yet that the former Alaska governor is leaning toward a run for the White House.

POLITICO confirmed late Friday night that Palin has hired Michael Glassner to serve the key role.

"We are excited that Mike has agreed to come on to help the team," SarahPAC treasurer Tim Crawford said.

Glassner will be tasked with bringing greater organization to the far-flung and small staff that resides in several different states and time zones.

Glassner, whose hiring was first reported by CNN, is a former aide to ex-Sen. Bob Dole and is familiar with Palin from his service on John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign. (Continues here)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

it is not that i think that she would not be a good president, but things as they stand today she would never make, and again the rovers would take over, for the fight would be better to have someone more widely accepted