December 6, 2009
(the Associated Press)
FAIRFAX -- Former vide presidential candidate Sarah Palin drew a crowd of 2,000 people to a Virginia store where she was doing a book signing.
The former Alaska governor was signing books on Saturday at the BJ's Wholesale Club in Fairfax.
She joked about the winter weather, the season's first snowfall, saying that she "wanted to feel like I was at home."
Palin's parents and husband accompanied her.
Her previous stop in Virginia on this book tour was at a mall in Roanoke.
Her next stop is in Sioux Falls, South Dakota where people began lining up to meet her on Friday.
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