At campaign rallies for Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, they have been a visible presence -- families with children who have disabilities.
You see small heads sticking out of baby slings or tiny faces peering up at the stage from a stroller. Many are children with Down syndrome.
Their parents feel a connection to the Alaska governor by virtue of her fifth child, infant son Trig, born with a disability.
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