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She was only chosen as John McCain's running mate five days ago, but Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has already reached a turning point. Her speech tonight before the Republican National Convention will be pivotal for the GOP ticket and could define her status as a vice presidential nominee.
Political anaylsts say there are certain issues Palin must address to cast out any doubts about her candidacy. Dave Allred of public relations firm Richter7 is joining in the discussion in tonight's Talking Point.
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