Palin super-PAC donates $5,000 to Romney campaign

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"I have appreciated what he has stood for, stood boldly for," she said of Gingrich in an interview with CNN. "He has been the underdog in many of these primary races and these caucuses and I've respected what he has stood for."

Palin was also less than vocal in her support for Romney in the early months of the campaign, although ultimately issued an endorsement on Facebook after the selection of Paul RyanPaul RyanObama mocks GOP, media and himself in final WHCD address Obama jabs at GOP: Is this dinner too tacky for the Donald? Former GOP senator: I’d back Trump but not Cruz as nominee MORE as Romney's running mate.

"Our country cannot afford four more years of Barack ObamaBarack ObamaObama 'not pulling any punches' at WHCD speech Watch Obama's full correspondents' dinner speech Five ways Trump will attack Clinton MORE’s fundamentally flawed vision," Palin said. "We must now look to this new team, the Romney/Ryan ticket, to provide an alternate vision of an America that is fiscally responsible, strong, and prosperous – an America that understands and is proud of her exceptional place in the world and will respect those who fight to secure that exceptionalism, which includes keeping our promises to our veterans."

Despite fading from the national spotlight, Palin has remained a substantial fundraiser through her political action committee. In the third quarter of 2012, Sarah PAC raised more than $843,000, and spent $774,000 on mailings and donations. Other recipients of Sarah PAC donations include Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.), Rep. Jeff FlakeJeff FlakeMany Republicans uninterested in being Trump’s VP: report Senate confirms Obama's long-stalled ambassador to Mexico McCain fundraiser faces felony drug charges in Arizona MORE (R-Ariz.) and Texas U.S. Senate candidate Ted CruzTed CruzObama mocks GOP, media and himself in final WHCD address Obama jabs at GOP: Is this dinner too tacky for the Donald? What Obama said about this year's candidates in past WHCD jokes MORE.

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