On January 27, 2009, Palin formed the political action committee, SarahPAC.
Palin supports preemptive military action in the face of an imminent threat,
Palin appealed to McCain, who agreed with his staff.
Palin has been a registered Republican since 1982.
At the same time, Palin became more popular than John McCain among Republicans.
In 2008, Palin vetoed $286 million,
Palin traveled to 11 states in a bus,
In 2006, Palin obtained a passport
A poll taken in May 2009 showed Palin's popularity among Alaskans was at 54% positive
As governor of Alaska, Palin's job approval rating ranged from a high
Palin was the only prospective running mate
On September 1, Palin asked the legislature to drop its investigation,
One of Palin's attorneys, Thomas Van Flein,
On February 6, 2010, Palin was the keynote speaker at the first Tea
had predicted well before the actual Sarah Palin and Asif Zardari meetup.
a Gallup poll found that most voters were unfamiliar with Sarah Palin.
In October 1996, Palin asked library director Mary Ellen
On foreign policy, Palin supported the Bush Administration's policies in Iraq,
In 2004, Palin told the Anchorage Daily News that she had
At a fundraising event, Palin explained her new aggressiveness,
During her second term as mayor, Palin proposed
approved by Wasilla voters in October 1992, Palin cut property taxes by 75%
Palin resigned in January 2004
For the 2009 budget, Palin gave a list of 31 proposed federal earmarks
Palin followed through on a campaign promise to sell the Westwind II jet,
said that Palin introduced abortion,
Palin supports NATO membership for Ukraine and Georgia,
and makeup for Palin and her family in September 2008.
A legal defense fund was set up to help Palin challenge ethics complaints,
Governor Murkowski offered other jobs to Palin, and in February 2003 she accepted an appointment to the Alaska Oil