(ANSA) – WASHINGTON, June 13 – Sarah Palin remains the protagonist: back in the field after more than 10 years with the blessing of Donald Trump, the former star of the American right, already running for vice president with John McCain, he made it to the top. from Alaska’s primary for his only state seat in the US House of Representatives, which became vacant after the recent death of Republican Don Young.
Only the first four of the 48 candidates will go to the vote in August, after a challenge that saw everyone compete together, without distinction of political affiliation: Palin reached nearly 30%, Democrat Nick Begich (descendant of an Alaskan political dynasty; 19.3%, independent Al Gross) (a surgeon and fishmonger who ran for Senate two years ago) 12.5% and Representative Mary S. Biltola (former state congressman) 7.5%.
Santa Claus, the Santa Claus-like candidate, Arctic city councilman and fan of socialist Bernie Sanders, was unable to pass.
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