Sarah Palin aims to stay relevant with new fundraising video

Holly Bailey
National Correspondent
The Lookout

Sarah Palin resigned as governor of Alaska in July 2009, and in the nearly four years since, she’s consciously worked to keep the political world wondering what she might do next. Will she run for president? Will she do another reality television show? Is she aiming for her own talk show?

Palin hasn’t offered many answers, but a new fundraising video released by her political group, SarahPAC, suggests she at least wants the public to be curious about her intentions a little while longer.

The latest video resembles videos SarahPAC has released before. It even includes old footage of reporters chasing Palin around the Iowa State Fair in 2011, the last time she teased the media about a potential GOP nomination run.

But those looking for answers about Palin’s future won’t find them here. That might be deliberate, as one of Palin’s main sources of income is public speaking—which is driven entirely by demand and buzz.