Palin has been a registered Republican since 1982.
In 2008, Palin vetoed $286 million,
In 2006, Palin obtained a passport
Palin was the only prospective running mate
One of Palin's attorneys, Thomas Van Flein,
said that Palin introduced abortion,
Palin also joined with nearby communities in hiring
not including Todd Palin, eventually testified.
Palin was the first guest on commentator Glenn
Palin appealed to McCain, who agreed with his staff.
In October 1996, Palin asked library director Mary Ellen
and makeup for Palin and her family in September 2008.
In 2004, Palin told the Anchorage Daily News that she had
39% said Palin was ready to serve as president if needed,
discussed potential vice presidential picks with the consensus settling around Palin.
As governor of Alaska, Palin's job approval rating ranged from a high
had predicted well before the actual Sarah Palin and Asif Zardari meetup.
a Gallup poll found that most voters were unfamiliar with Sarah Palin.
later urged McCain to pick Palin as his vice presidential running mate,
At the same time, Palin became more popular than John McCain among Republicans.
On February 6, 2010, Palin was the keynote speaker at the first Tea
approved by Wasilla voters in October 1992, Palin cut property taxes by 75%
Palin followed through on a campaign promise to sell the Westwind II jet,
Chuck Kopp, whom Palin had appointed to replace Monegan as public safety commissioner,
the validity of which were disputed by Talis Colberg, Palin's appointee as Alaska's attorney general.
Governor Murkowski offered other jobs to Palin, and in February 2003 she accepted an appointment to the Alaska Oil
Monegan said the subject of Wooten came up when he invited Palin to a birthday party for his cousin,
A legal defense fund was set up to help Palin challenge ethics complaints,
and it had collected approximately $250,000 by mid-July 2009.
In 2005, before Palin was elected governor,
Congress passed an omnibus spending bill that contained a $442-million earmark for constructing two Alaska bridges.
Palin was selected as one of America's,"'Top 10' Most Fascinating People," of 2008, for a Barbara Walters ABC special, on December 4,