Palin, who gave Miller a peck on the cheek after introducing him, was lending her star-power to a candidate who's seeking to overcome a series of campaign bumps. In recent weeks, Miller has acknowledged his family received some of the types of government payments he now questions as a limited-government candidate. This week, records released under court order, after news organizations filed suit, showed Miller had admitted to lying about improperly using government computers for political purposes while a borough attorney in 2008.
Miller is apparently about to finish third, like Palin his popularity is dropping like a stone in their home states.
Apparently far less than 400 people attended this rally...although it could be that there aren't that many people in Alaska that can hear pitches higher than 90 decibels.