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Former Alaska governor and vice-presidential prospect Sarah Palin introduced Friday that she is jogging for Congress.
Palin released a statement on Facebook saying that she is throwing her hat into the unique election race to switch the late Republican Congressman Don Young who died in mid-March after virtually 50 years in Congress.
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“Today I’m announcing my candidacy for the U.S. House seat representing Alaska. Community services is a contacting, and I would be honored to represent the males and ladies of Alaska in Congress, just as Rep. Young did for 49 decades,” Palin wrote. “I realize that I have incredibly massive shoes to fill, and I strategy to honor Rep. Young’s legacy by supplying myself up in the title of service to the state he liked and fought for, because I share that passion for Alaska and the United States of The us.”
Palin included that “The us is at a tipping level” and that she has “watched the far left destroy the country.”
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“I realized I had to move up and join the combat,” Palin stated.
Palin’s site was current with a link to a WinRed webpage in search of donations for the congressional run.
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Friday was the deadline to file for the June 11th primary election and Palin joins a crowded discipline that now incorporates much more than 40 candidates.
The benefits of the principal election will be announced on June 26 and the leading 4 finishers will advance to a exclusive election on August 16 the place the winner will be decided on through rated-option voting, according to Anchorage Daily News.
Palin served as the mayor of Wasilla, Alaska from 1996 to 2002 right before starting to be the chair of the Alaska Oil and Gasoline Conservation Commission in 2003.
In 2006, Palin was elected as a Republican to become Alaska’s ninth governor and served as presidential applicant John McCain’s operating mate in his unsuccessful 2008 election bid.