Nearly two weeks after netting Sarah Palin's endorsement, Georgia GOP Senate candidate Karen Handel has turned to the former vice presidential candidate to narrate her first TV spot.
Entitled "Integrity," the ad features footage from a Palin appearance with Handel, where she calls her "the conservative who has walked the walk."
"How often do you see that in government, where somebody actually gets in there and does what they tell the people who hired them that they'll do," Palin asks.
Handel's record includes a noteworthy controversy during her tenure as Vice President for Public Affairs for Susan G. Komen For The Cure, over cutting funding to Planned Parenthood. While that decision was eventually reversed, it resulted in her resignation from the organization, and a book detailing the debacle.
HuffPost Pollster's latest compilation of 10 publicly available polls shows Handel toward the back of the pack of GOP hopefuls with 9.7 percent. Ahead of her are former CEO David Perdue, followed by Reps. Jack Kingston, Phil Gingrey and Paul Broun.
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