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In 2006, Sarah Palin became a long-shot candidate for Alaska governor, demanding a higher ethical standard in state government. When a political scandal hit, Alaskans began listening to Palins reform message, and they liked what they heard.
Sarah Palin, a hockey mom and small town mayor, thought her dream of making a difference in the male-dominated realm of Alaska politics was over when she clashed with the state chairman of her Republican Party and went head-to-head with the powerful Republican governor. In 2006, she became a long-shot candidate for governor, demanding a higher ethical standard in state government--and then fate intervened. When a major political scandal rocked Alaska politics, her populist reform message suddenly became front-page news--and when Alaskans began listening to her, they liked what they heard.