Sarah Palin Leads In Special Primary For U.S. House Seat In Alaska

Sarah Palin is off to a very goos start in the special House primary in Alaska.

Can you even imagine the reaction from Democrats and the media if she ends up becoming a member of Congress?

They’ll lose their minds.

Newsmax reports:

Palin Nabs Early Lead in Alaska US House Special Primary

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin leads in early results from Saturday’s special primary for the state’s only U.S. House seat, as voters whittled down the list of 48 candidates running for the position that was held for 49 years by the late U.S. Rep. Don Young.

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The early results showed Palin, endorsed by former President Donald Trump, with 29.8% of the votes counted so far; Republican Nick Begich had 19.3%; independent Al Gross had 12.5%; Democrat Mary Peltola with 7.5%; and Republican Tara Sweeney had 5.3%.

A candidate whose name is Santa Claus, a self-described “independent, progressive, democratic socialist,” had 4.5%.

The initial results released by the state Division of Elections included 108,729 votes. It was not immediately clear how many ballots were outstanding. The division reported late Saturday that it had received about 139,000 ballots so far. Ballots had to be postmarked by Saturday.

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The Associated Press has not called any winners in the special primary.

The top four vote-getters, regardless of party affiliation, will advance to an August special election in which ranked choice voting will be used. The winner of the special election will serve the remainder of Young’s term, which ends in January.

Palin released this statement:

Kim Guilfoyle has endorsed her.

Here’s wishing Palin the best of luck!

 

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