Sarah Palin is making her mark on the Delaware Senate race in the final two days of the campaign: after endorsing Christine O'Donnell last week, Palin has recorded a radio ad and robocall being used by O'Donnell's campaign as it looks to take down Rep. Mike Castle, the moderate, long-time frontrunner in this race, in tomorrow's primary.
"Hi, this is Gov. Sarah Palin," the ad, obtained by Hotline On Call, says. "Vote for Christine O'Donnell for U.S. Senate this Tuesday. The wave of positive change can really sweep across our land with the election of constitutional conservatives like Christine, who promise to use common sense and rein in federal government spending."Palin endorsed O'Donnell's Senate bid last week, but it has been unclear what her involvement in the race would be. O'Donnell is squaring off against establishment backed Rep. Mike Castle in tomorrow's GOP primary.The ad is airing both on WDEL, DE radio, and WGMD, which broadcasts into southern DE, according to the stations..."I can relate to the vicious personal attacks on Christine and can tell you, it's sad to see the establishment's desperation in this," Palin says in the ad, which has the same script as the robocall.