Sarah Palin says a woman would be good for the Republican presidential ticket in four years.
Palin is in Florida for a meeting of Republican governors. She's also continuing her whirlwind series of postelection TV interviews.
She's taking part in a panel discussion tomorrow entitled: "Looking Towards the Future: The GOP in Transition." And Palin was asked today about speculation that she is the party's future.
The Alaska governor replied, "I don't think it's me personally, I think it's what I represent." She said she means "everyday hardworking American families." Palin says that's what a woman would bring to the ticket.
As to whether it's a priority of hers to get on the national ballot again, Palin spoke only of the priority of "serving the constituents of the state of Alaska."