Updated: Thursday, 19 Nov 2009, 6:32 PM EST
Published : Thursday, 19 Nov 2009, 5:18 PM EST
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - A Noblesville bookstore is the third stop for former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s publicity book tour.
As she draws large crowds and large amounts of attention, Palin is prompting questions about what comes next in a high profile career.
Many of the people who lined up early for a chance to get Palin to autograph her book really want her to run for president.
Palin's visit comes on the heels of a previous Noblesvile campaign stop in 2008. She attracted an overflow crowd at the Verizon Wireless Music Center.
The story is the same in Fort Wayne where a 2008 rally led to a book signing earlier Thursday. Whether the former Alaska governor is simply trying to sell books or build a political base, she is looking for friendly territory.
24-Hour News 8 political reporter Jim Shella asked Indiana Republican Chairman Murray Clark if he expects she will run for president some day.
"You know, I really don't know," said Clark. "I don't know where all this leads."
The book includes an inside view of the John McCain for president campaign that McCain advisors dispute. 24-Hour News 8 talked with a reserved Jennifer Hallowell who managed the campaign in Indiana.
"Campaigns are high stress, very intense, tensions run high and
you know for the most part people keep it in the family, said
Hallowell.”I haven't read the book yet so I can't really
comment on that part of it, but I guess we'll see."
Sandi Huddleston runs the Lugar Excellence in Public Service series which encourages women to seek office.
She calls Palin a good role model and says she inspires Republican women, but there's a limit.
When asked if she would like to see Sarah Palin run for president.
Huddleston responded, "I'm not ready to say that or not. I don't know yet."
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