Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's (R) political action committee is offering supporters a copy of a pro-Palin documentary film in exchange for their financial support.
According to the SarahPAC website, donors can receive an "early-release" DVD of "The Undefeated," which made its debut in Iowa this week, if they contribute $100 or more.
"Taking back control of the House last year was only the first step. Now you and I must fix our eyes on 2012," Palin writes on the site. "I’ll be supporting commonsense conservative candidates in crucial off-year elections and doing all that I can to ramp up our preparations for 2012."
Palin is using the film to bolster her political standing as she contemplates a run for the White House in 2012.
The documentary's creator, conservative filmmaker Stephen K. Bannon, has stressed that Palin and her team had no direct editorial role in the film. But the ex-governor's camp helped set the process of its creation in motion, and Palin attended its premiere in Pella, Iowa, this week.
The film paints her sometimes-controversial governorship in a positive light and frames her as a Reaganesque conservative savior for the GOP.