UPDATE: Patrick Ruffini has continued his praise of Gov. Palin, devoting an entire Townhall column to her exploits. (Click here to read). He has also posted about the Governor at Hugh Hewitt's blog (Click here)
Proof continues to mount that Sarah Palin is quickly becoming a national figure. Today, conservative web guru Patrick Ruffini, who served as webmaster for the Bush-Cheney Campaign in 2004 and eCampaign Director for the Republican National Committee from 2005 to 2007, added himself to to the growing list of bloggers praising with the GOP's fastest rising star. The following is an excerpt from Ruffini's post today, in which he endorsed California congressional candidate Eric England:
"Erick Erickson got it absolutely right when he wrote, “If we do not clean our own house, the voters will do it for us.” The house cleaning just swept Idaho (though it looks like we’ll need to send the cleaners back in). It’s happening in Alaska, where new Governor Sarah Palin is standing up to Ted Stevens and Don Young and winning. The next big test — and perhaps the biggest one in the next few months — is California-4 and the fight to replace corrupt appropriator John Doolittle in Congress."
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