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Sarah Palin May Run for Alaska’s Lone House Seat

'Americans do not believe at all when Jen Psaki and the president try to point the finger at another world leader for the economic problems we’re having... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Former Alaskan Republican Governor Sarah Palin has expressed interest in running as a representative for the state, putting her back on a national stage she hasn’t seen since her run as Veep nominee for John McCain‘s failed 2008 White House bid.

The now-vacant Alaskan seat was held by Don Young, who passed away after serving nearly 50 years in congress.

Palin, who has not been politically active for some time, said she would be “humbled and honored” to fill Alaska‘s lone seat in the House, reported National File.

“If I were asked to serve in the House and take his place, I would be humbled and honored,” Palin said. “In a heartbeat, I would. We will see how this process goes in filling that seat—it would be an honor.”

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The GOP has not endorsed a specific candidate yet, but whomever they bet on will have to win a special election, go through the primaries and then win the general election within the span of five months.

This year’s elections will also be Alaska’s first under a new voting system.

Alaska’s GOP made a statement saying they want to focus on Young’s legacy in the immediate days following his death and funeral.

Palin has commented on the energy issues America is currently facing, pushing back on messages from the White House and making it clear that she does not believe Russian President Vladimir Putin is to blame for our current situation.

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“Americans do not believe at all when Jen Psaki and the president try to point the finger at another world leader for the economic problems we’re having because of their policies shutting down our own development of the God-given resources we have untapped in America,” Palin said.

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