House Republicans got a boost from former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) on Friday afternoon.

In the midst of their retreat in Baltimore this weekend, Palin took to her familiar perch on Facebook to advise supporters to check out the compilation of Republican policy alternatives promoted by the House GOP.

"On Wednesday night, the president asked us to 'let him know' if we had any better ideas, and today John Boehner handed him a compilation of the policy alternatives that have been advanced over the past year," Palin wrote. "These are ideas that deserve to be considered to turn down the volume on the rhetoric and use common sense."

The note is a moment of rare coordination between Palin and congressional Republicans. As governor of Alaska before her resignation, Palin had declined appearances at fundraising dinner and campaign stops for the congressional GOP.

Since leaving office, however, Palin has expressed more interest in hitting the campaign trail for some Republican candidates.

Democrats, for their part, have sought to link congressional Republicans to Palin, a controversial figure within the party, by asking frequently whether candidates will campaign alongside the former vice presidential nominee.