The fact that not only actors or singers can be celebrities, is definitely proven by Sarah Palin’s popularity. This controversial politician came on the scene with a large boom, and caught everyone’s attention.
Her live speeches are always followed by a large audience, for better or worse reasons.
We are going to learn a bit more about this interesting politician and see what is hiding behind her biography.
Whether she is as interesting in her personal life as she is in her live performances.
Born on February 11, 1964 in Sandpoint, Idaho State, USA, Sarah Palin is an American politician revealed to the general public for her media campaign alongside John McCain, presidential candidate in 2008, Sarah Palin was elected governor of Alaska for the Republican Party. A practicing Catholic, the politician is deeply rooted in her territory.
A trademark that has helped to increase his reputation in his country. In 2008, during the presidential campaign, Sarah Palin is forced to formalize the pregnancy of her daughter who was then only 17 years old.
Graduated in communications, journalism, and political science, she became a sports journalist in 1987. A year later, she married Todd Palin. Mother of five children. In 1992, this curator was elected to the Wasilla City Council. She became mayor in 1996 and again in 1999.
Sarah Palin comes from a German, Irish and English descent. She grew up in a family among four children and her mother worked as a secretary while her father worked as a science teacher. From an early age, she was motivated to do well in school and behave.
Her family moved to Alaska when Sarah was only few months old. Her father got a job there, so the family decided to relocate. Finally, they settled in a town called Wasilisa in 1972. She was always into extra circular activities and played a flute as a young student. She also was the head of the Athletes and also a part of the basketball team for girls.
Another interesting thing about her youth was her winning the title of Miss Congeniality in a beauty contest in 1982 in Alaska. As her special talent for the competition she played the flute. After finishing high school she received a college scholarship.
She went to the University of Hawaii at Hilo and studied communication and journalism. She graduated in 1987. Her first job was as a sportscaster for the KTUU-TV in Anchorage.
Sarah was first elected in 1992 to be on the city council in Wasilisa City Council and through her position she supported Republican politics. Since 2010, Sarah Palin collaborates with the television channel Fox News for which she comments the news. She has also signed a religious book, Going Rogue: An American Life.
In 2006, her career accelerated: she became governor. In 2009, she was chosen as running mate of John McCain in the presidential election. Her lifestyle forges her image: Sarah Palin eats elk burgers, rides a floatplane and enjoys ice hockey. But not only. It is suspected of fraudulent management, it is taxed anti-Semitism and inexperience.
Since The last campaign, Sarah Palin returns to her first love: since 2010, she works for Fox News. Nevertheless, she did not give up politics. She denounces the decisions of Obama through his party called Tea Party movement.
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the Governor of the State Murkowski appointed as head of the Alaskan Petroleum and Gas Conservation Commission, where she also plays the role of Ethical Supervisor: precisely because of the – supposed – lack of ethics of some members of the party, Palin resigned in 2004, not before denouncing Randy Ruedrich, president of the Republican Party and member of the Commission, of conflict of interest.
But the complaints of the former sports journalist do not end there: her target was also Gregg Renkes, former attorney general of Alaska.
In 2006, Sarah applied as Governor of the State, winning against Murkowski in the Republican primaries, and then against Tony Knowles in the general election.
At 42, therefore, she became the first female Governor of Alaska, and the youngest Governor of the State. Its political agenda is based on the promotion of ethical legislation, and on the end of Bridge to Nowhere, a bridge deemed unnecessary cost citizens tens of millions of dollars.
More controversial, however, is its energy policy, given that – after criticizing oil companies in the past – it is in favor of new drilling and the construction of a new oil pipeline. Once in office, Sarah Palin even revokes thirty-five appointments promoted by her predecessor, and presents the Agia, the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act, aimed at building a new pipeline.
After refusing to consider polar bears a protected species, she decides to include them among the hunt able species, despite the risk of extinction that concerns them. Still on the subject of animals, he proposes removing Beluga whales from the list of protected species: according to the press, this is a move aimed at favoring oil companies.
However, in favor of the death penalty, Sarah Palin is anti-abortion, also part of the “Feminists for life” movement. Furthermore, during his term as Governor, he declares himself against gay marriages, but allows same-sex couples to have access to social security benefits.
On August 29, 2008, John McCain, candidate for the Republican Party’s presidential election, his deputy nomination: it is an announcement that surprises international observers and the American press, given that Palin’s name was not considered in the list of potential candidates.
The event represents a first time, in the sense that a woman had never been a candidate for the vice republican presidency (while for the Democrats it had already happened in 1984 with Geraldine Ferraro for the candidate Walter Mondale, then defeated by Reagan).
Sarah officially accepts the investiture, and begins an election campaign aimed at discrediting Barack Obama, a democratic candidate. Meanwhile, analysts are questioning Palin’s real capacity, especially in international politics (she has never been outside the United States before being elected Governor). McCain, however, is defeated by Obama, and the doors of the White House are closed for La Palin.
In 2009 he released his autobiography, “Going rogue: an American life”, which he advertised by taking part in several shows in the United States, including that of Oprah Winfrey. It does not go, instead, to the “Late Show” of David Letterman, guilty of having excessively joked about her and her daughter.
In 2011, it ends up in the eye of the storm after the attack suffered by Gabrielle Giffords, a deputy of the Democratic Party who had contributed to carrying out Obama’s health reform, a reform disputed by Palin herself who on her website had highlighted the need to politically eliminate la Giffords (in addition to other deputies).
Gabrielle saves herself, even if she is forced into a long rehabilitation because of the bullet that hit her in the head. La Palin, on the other hand, is forced to remove from the site the list of politicians to be eliminated, accused of favoring violent behavior for mere electoral purposes.
Sarah Palin is married to Todd Palin, who gave her five children: Trig Paxson, Piper, Willow, Bristol and Track.
Grandmother, angler in the ice, a member of the National Rifle Association, a lover of moose hamburgers, a huntress (in 2010 she was filmed while killing a caribou, provoking the indignant reaction of public opinion and environmental associations), Sarah is a woman from a thousand contradictions, but also tenacious and endowed with strong leadership, as evidenced by his presence at the head of the Tea Party, an ultra-conservative American movement.
Sarah Palin has an estimated net worth of 12$ million, and together with her husband, they have 24$ million.
On the private side, married since 1988 with Todd Palin, Sarah Palin has five children: Bristol, Willow, Piper, Track and Trig. The latter is suffering from trisomy, pathology detected during pregnancy that Sarah Palin has yet decided to carry out. In September 2019, the couple filed a divorce petition.
Sarah Palin calls herself a “grizzly mama”. In short, she would be more ferocious than a pit bull. Born in Idaho on February 11, 1964 and Raised in Alaska in the city of Wasilla, she joined the Warriors basketball team who won the state championship in 1982. In 1984, she was elected Miss Wasilla and first runner-up in Alaska.
Sarah Louise Heath Palin was born on 11 February 1964 at Sandpoint, Idaho, daughter of Sheeran, secretary, and Charles, a teacher. Second, in 1984, in the Miss Alaska beauty contest, she graduated in Political Science three years later at North Idaho College, before starting work as a sports journalist for KTUU, an Anchorage broadcaster.
His first approach to politics dates back to 1992, when he became a member of the Wasilla Municipal Council, a town of about 10 thousand inhabitants: four years later, he became mayor, being re-elected in 1999.
Appointed president of the Conference of Alaskan Mayors, in 2002 he was a candidate in the primary as Vice Governor of Alaska, but lost to Loren Leman.
Sarah was involved in her online news network and she continued to work more on her first love, and that was journalism. She continues to be a very controversial figure, even though the last couple of years haven’t been working out too well for her.
The name of her channel was Sarah Palin Channel but it got closed in 2015, which was a big disappointment for her.
As far as her divorce goes, she and her husband Todd are going to have joint custody of their son called Trig and the whole property is going to be divided in half.
It is safe to say that the last couple of years have been tough on Sarah, but this doesn’t mean she isn’t going to reinvent herself in the following years.
Full name: Sarah Louise Palin
Date of birth: February 11th 1964
Birthplace: Sandpoint, Idaho
Weight: 60 kg
Net Worth: 12$ million