Democratic Rep. Mary Peltola has won Alaska’s at-large congressional district general election. Respected election analyst, Dave Wasserman, projected that Peltola has defeated two Republicans, Nick Begich and Sarah Palin, the former governor, and John McCain vice-presidential nominee in 2008. Here are the sources who have called the race:

The final results show Peltola with 48% of first-place votes, Palin with 26%, and Begich in third with nearly 24% of the vote.


Palin was backed by former president Donald Trump and she has railed against Alaska’s rank-choice voice voting systems which she says was made to keep RINOs and Democrats in power. She told Breitbart, “This is what’s going to elect Democrats and destroy our country before we even know it. I am just sounding that alarm that it’s this bad. I don’t want this to happen to any other electorate, in any city, in any state”



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Carla
Carla
18 days ago

what a bunch of crap! We know they cheated, letting Rinos win who vote with them, and cancelling the Red Wave and our patriots. We have the algorithsm used in every state. This election should be fought, just like the 2020 should have been. We have more than enough evidence to throw out the entire election and do it with only paper ballots and hand counting like every other free country does But using these corrupt machines, all the races are overthrown by these corporate executivess. Arrest them ALL>

markypolo
markypolo
17 days ago

When the FREE money runs out, the new Civil War will begin! Thank a Democrat.

Stephen Russell
Stephen Russell
17 days ago

Will Sarah run again??