Sarah Palin is erradicating the left as she racked up two more wins tonight with the election of Nikki Haley and Tim Scott both who she endorsed and sent them ahead in the polls over their opponents. This is a clear indication that the people are listening to her and her message. Her message is getting more mainstream and it shows that she is positioning herself a future coalition of allies for 2012 to take the Presidency with overwhelming superiority. She did this in Alaska and she beat a former governor and a sitting incumbent. On another note, Obama's endorsements haven't won anything. Actually the article is wrong. Her record is 9-3. Palin racks up two more wins - The Hill's Ballot Box Two South Carolina Republicans who received the backing of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin emerged victorious in their run-off elections Tuesday. Palin had endorsed gubernatorial candidate Nikki Haley and publicly stuck with her amidst allegations of an extra-marital affair. She also endorsed Republican Tim Scott against Paul Thurmond in South Carolina's 1st congressional district. That makes Palin two for two Tuesday -- she stayed out of the Republican Senate runoff in Utah between Tim Bridgewater and Mike Lee. That brings Palin's win-loss record for this cycle to 8-4, according to an analysis by The Hill.