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With the Wisconsin primary just around the corner, Sarah Palin took to Facebook to encourage Badger State voters to turn out for Donald Trump.

Alongside a photo of her holding a rifle and posing with wild boar that she bagged, the former Republican presidential candidate wrote that the country needs "bold, new leadership" to oppose the status quo of the political establishment.

"Vote for the first candidate since Reagan who is growing the Commonsense Conservative movement," Palin wrote. "Vote for Donald Trump on Tuesday to make America great again."

The full text of Palin's Facebook post reads:

On Wisconsin!

Faith of America is in you to take us forward on Tuesday; to remain strong and independent of the status quo political establishment so your vote will truly represent your optimistic spirit and desire to WORK! Hardworking Wisconsinites deserve much better than a repeat of the establishment's agenda that led to losing this great state to Obama in 2012 - by 200,000 votes!

The continued games of the permanent political class will assure a Hillary victory unless you tell them "ENOUGH!" and vote for bold, new leadership that puts your interests before party politics. Vote for your jobs and security. Vote for the first candidate since Reagan who is growing the Commonsense Conservative movement... the only one who's created middle class jobs... the only one not living off your tax dollars... the only one Wisconsin can count on to steer us away from the rocky shoals ahead.

Vote for Donald Trump on Tuesday to make America great again.

This is the message shared with diverse Wisconsin voters this weekend, including those of you I'm thrilled to see today at "Zingers and Flingers" Gun Range in Wausau today at 12:30. See you there!

According to a recent Fox Business poll, Trump is trailing Ted Cruz by approximately 10 points in Wisconsin. Tune in to Fox News Channel on Tuesday for can't-miss coverage of the critical swing state primary.


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