Sarah Palin was mauled by a Native American

Sarah Palin was mauled by a Native American
InternationalSep 1 ’22 at 10:40 amAuthor of the book: PNR Web Editor

Sarah Palin’s dream of making a comeback in US national politics has been dashed. In the battle for the Congressional seat representing the state of Alaska, Palin lost to Democrat Mary Beltola, the first Native American to represent the state of Alaska in the House.

Palin’s loss is special because she enjoys the support of former President Donald Trump. In recent times, many politicians have won their primaries with the support of former presidents. Beltola was able to gain the support of Alaskans by asserting the right to abortion.

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Coincidentally, the seat was left vacant following the death of Rep. Don Young, the longest-serving Republican in the House at 49 years, and will be temporarily filled by a Democrat. Official election to the House of Representatives. Beltola then has to defend his seat in the US House of Representatives and Palin gets another chance.

Palin was previously governor of Alaska, but was also John McCain’s running mate in 2008. In that election, McCain and Palin lost to Barack Obama and his running mate, Joe Biden.

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