Sarah Palin will be putting her Alaskan credibility on the line as she ventures back to her home state to campaign for Tea Party candidate Joe Miller.
The queen of the Momma Grizzlies is heading back to America’s last frontier to stump for Miller, who now finds himself in a statistical dead heat with Lisa Murkowski in the race for the U.S. Senate seat in Alaska. Palin’s support for Miller is credited with the Tea Partier’s upset primary win over Murkowski back in August, but this week’s visit will be the first time the former governor has campaigned for Miller since the primary.
Palin’s visit will come less than 24 hours after Miller, Murkowski and Democrat Scott McAdams face off in one final debate before election day. In their last debate, none of the three candidates talked much about Alaska’s energy and environmental situations; instead, the focus of the debate remained on national issues.
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