Today, ForAmerica announced its endorsement of Sarah Palin, candidate for the United States House of Representatives, to represent the At-Large Congressional District of Alaska. ForAmerica will engage its audience to act, because when ForAmerica engages, America wins!
ForAmerica President David Bozell said:
ForAmerica is proud to endorse Sarah Palin for Congress. Sarah is an outspoken conservative with a well-known track record, who will stand up for the right to life, protect our Second Amendment rights, and will not back down against the Left’s relentless assault on our most basic values.
As Alaska governor, Palin quickly established herself as a tough reformer. Palin’s top focuses were fiscal responsibility, limiting the size of government, education, transportation, infrastructure development, and transparency in government. Alaska also saw $5 billion in savings during her gubernatorial tenure.
Before becoming governor and later running as 2008 Republican presidential nominee John McCain’s VP pick – the GOP’s first female vice presidential nominee - Palin served two terms on the Wasilla City Council and two terms as that city’s mayor, where she reduced property taxes, drew in new industry, and made Wasilla the fastest growing city in Alaska.
To combat increasing inflation, Palin knows we need to rein in wasteful spending, implement pro-growth policies, and unleash domestic energy production, and also that Democrat plans to spend our way out of exploding prices will only make things worse.
Endorsed by Donald Trump, the former president said:
Sarah Palin is tough and smart and will never back down, and I am proud to give her my Complete and Total Endorsement.
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Alaska would be fortunate to have Sarah in Washington.
Palin is running in Alaska’s special election to replace Congressman Don Young, who passed away in March. Congressman Young had held the seat since 1973. Palin is also on the primary ballot for a full two-year term for the state’s sole House seat. Both of these elections will be held on August 16, 2022.
If Palin wins the special election, she will immediately report to the House to finish Congressman Young's term until January 2023.
This year Alaska rolled out ranked-choice voting, which allows voters to choose more than one candidate and order their preferences. The top four candidates regardless of party affiliation advance. So, if Palin is one of the top four candidates from the primary, she will advance to the general election on November 8, 2022.
ForAmerica believes in guaranteed constitutional rights, including the right to life at every stage of life. We believe America should have unlimited education and economic opportunities. We believe America should be energy independent using American resources. We demand the freedom to speak and practice our faith. We will accept nothing less than fair and honest elections, and a government that is transparent, accountable, and stays off the backs of the American people as much as possible.