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Sarah Palin, in Miami yesterday for a Republican Governors Association meeting, said a woman - though not necessarily her - would be good for the party's presidential ticket in 2012. Sarah Palin, in Miami yesterday for a Republican Governors Association meeting, said a woman - though not necessarily her - would be good for the party's presidential ticket in 2012. (John Watson-Riley/ Associated Press)
Associated Press And Globe Staff / November 13, 2008

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MIAMI - Governor Sarah Palin of Alaska, who clearly is looking ahead to her political prospects in 2012, said yesterday that a woman would be good for the Republican presidential ticket in four years. (Full article: 603 words)

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