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Overview (4)

Born in Sandpoint, Idaho, USA
Birth NameSarah Louise Heath
Nicknames Caribou Barbie
Sarah Barracuda
Alaskan Evita
Height 5' 5" (1.65 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Sarah Palin is an American politician and television personality. She was born on February 11, 1964 in Sandpoint, Idaho, as Sarah Louise Heath, the daughter of Chuck Heath and Sally Heath. She grew up in Alaska and received a bachelor's degree from the University of Idaho. She has been married to Todd Palin since 1988; they have five children.

Sarah Palin worked as a television sportscaster in Anchorage, Alaska, before entering politics in 1992 as a city council member in Wasilla, Alaska. In 1996, she was elected mayor of Wasilla and served two three-year terms in that position. She later was appointed to the Alaska Oil & Gas Conservation Commission.

In 2006, Palin was elected governor of Alaska, becoming the first woman to hold that position in the state. Republican presidential candidate John McCain selected her to run as his vice presidential running mate in the 2008 election. The McCain/Palin ticket was defeated by the Democratic candidates, Barack Obama and Joe Biden.

Palin resigned as governor effective on July 26, 2009. She has remained in the public eye by writing books, including her memoir, "Going Rogue: An American Life", and endorsing other candidates. She has also appeared on television as a political commentator on Fox News Channel, as well as hosting the reality television series Sarah Palin's Alaska (2010) on the TLC network and Amazing America with Sarah Palin (2014) on Sportsman Channel.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Spouse (1)

Todd Palin (29 August 1988 - present) (5 children)

Trade Mark (2)

Kazuo Kawasaki glasses
Unique voice

Trivia (22)

Governor of Alaska, 2006-July, 2009.
Is the second woman, after Geraldine A. Ferraro in 1984, to run on a major party presidential ticket.
Announced by John McCain as his vice-presidential running mate, the first female vice-presidential candidate in the history of the Repulican party. The announcement fell on McCain's 72nd birthday and Palin's 20th wedding anniversary. (29 August 2008).
Elected mayor of Wasilla, Alaska in 1996, and the state's first female governor in 2006. She resigned on July 3, 2009, mainly to care for Trig Palin's early life, with Down Syndrome.
She is descended from 10 Mayflower passengers.
Is of English, German, Irish and Dutch descent.
Her youngest child has Down's Syndrome.
Daughter of Charles Richard "Chuck" Heath (b. Los Angeles County, California, 24 Mar 1938) and wife Sarah "Sally" Sheeran (b. Richland, Washington, 26 Oct 1940).
She was crank-called, just days before Election Week, by a Canadian radio station, CKOI, in Montreal, Quebec. During her four - to five-minute conversation, she was deceived into thinking that she was speaking with French president, Nicolas Sarkozy.
Mother of five children with husband Todd Palin: son, Track Palin (Track Charles James, born on April 20, 1989), daughter, Bristol Palin (born on October 18, 1990), daughter, Willow Palin (Willow Bianca Faye, born on July 7, 1995), daughter, Piper Palin (Piper Indy Grace, born in 2001) and son, Trig Palin (Trig Paxson Van, born on April 18, 2008).
Grandmother of Tripp Palin (Tripp Easton Mitchell Johnston, born on December 27, 2008) via Bristol Palin.
Became a Fox News analyst in January of 2010.
She is the third of four children. Her siblings are Chuck Heath Jr., Heather Heath and Molly Heath.
Her first job was as a janitor at an engineering firm on weekends.
She attended Wasilla High School, which was the same alma mater of her husband, Todd Palin. Their oldest two children, son Track Palin and daughter Bristol Palin, would also graduate from the school in 2007 and 2009.
Sarah worked as a sportscaster for KTUU-TV and KTVA-TV in Anchorage after graduating college.
Played on Saturday Night Live (1975) by Tina Fey.
Was mentioned by Eminem in the song "We Made You".
Visted the White House with Ted Nugent, and Kid Rock.[April 2017].
Unsuccessfully ran for Lieutenant Governor of Alaska in 2003.
Is suing The New York Times of defamation over an editorial that linked one of her political action committee ads to the mass shooting that severely wounded Arizona Congressman Gabby Giffords.[June 2017].
She was selected as one of the world's 100 most influential people by TIME Magazine.[April 2010].

Personal Quotes (23)

Piper was named after Todd's airplane, the Piper Cub, which gets us to the hunting grounds. Bristol, Bristol Bay fishing grounds. Willow, a local sport-fishing stream. Trig, I pull the TRIG-ger. Track ... I remember when we told my dad that his grandson was named Track, he said, 'Like TRACKing an elephant?'
I love those hockey moms. You know, they say the difference between a hockey mom and a pit bull? Lipstick.
A ship in a harbor is safe, but that is not what a ship is built for.
A changing environment will affect Alaska more than any other state, because of our location. I'm not one though who would attribute it to being man-made.
Tax dollars go to projects that have little or nothing to do with the public good - things like fruit fly research in Paris, France. I kid you not.
Simply waiting for low-carbon-emitting renewable capacity to be large enough will mean that it will be too late to meet the mitigation goals for reducing carbon dioxide that will be required under most credible climate-change models.
While we recognize the occurrence of these natural, cyclical environmental trends, we can't say with assurance that man's activities cause weather changes. We can say, however, that any potential benefits of proposed emissions reduction policies are far outweighed by their economic costs.
[on President Barack Obama] We need a commander-in-chief, not a professor of law standing, at the lectern!
How's that hopey-changey stuff workin' out for ya?
Lest anyone try to convince you that God should be separated from the state, our founding fathers, they were believers. And George Washington, he saw faith in God as basic to life.
I think we should just kind of keep this clean, keep it simple, go back to what our founders and our founding documents meant - they're quite clear - that we would create law based on the God of the Bible and the Ten Commandments.
Let me ask you, do you love your freedom that you have here in America? Well, so do I.
[on Senator Rand Paul] His brand of libertarian-leaning conservatism attracts young voters and, recently, he inspired the nation with his Capraesque filibuster demanding basic answers about our use of drones. I sent him some caribou jerky from Alaska to help keep up his strength on the Senate floor.
There is no way I'm not going to love a state when you enter your borders and you look up at your state flag and you see emblazoned on that a mama grizzly.
I guess a small-town mayor is sort of like a community organizer, except that you have actual responsibilities.
Nobody has promised life was going to be fair. In politics, it really isn't fair. There's scrutiny, double standards and all that. Again, when it affects me personally, I'm dealing with it in a different way that others who want to bring more light to it and demand that Bill Maher apologize or that NOW [National Organization for Women] defend me for something that was said. By the way, I need NOW's defense like a fish needs a bicycle. I don't want them to defend me.
While I was at it, I got rid of a few things in the governor's office that I didn't believe our citizens should have to pay for. That luxury jet was over-the-top. I put it on eBay.
[in 2011, on Republican legislators who voted not to shut down the government] Our army balked. We hoped they were just reloading but instead they just retreated and, worse, they joined the lapdogs in the lame-stream to trash the foot soldiers who fought for America.
[6/25/2010, at a fundraiser in California] This is Reagan country). Yeah! And perhaps it was destiny that the man who went to California's Eureka College would become so woven within and inter-linked to the Golden State. [NOTE: US President Ronald Reagan went to Eureka College in Illinois, not California].
[11/24/2010, in a radio interview about tensions on the Korean peninsula] But obviously, we've got to stand with our North Korean allies. [NOTE: The US ally on that peninsula is South Korea. North Korea is an opponent.]
[7/3/2009, explaining why as President she should not be subject to the same types of ethics investigations she was being investigated for in Alaska] I think on a national level your Department of Law there in the White House would look at some of the things that we've been charged with and automatically throw them out. {NOTE: There is no such agency in the US government called the Department of Law.]
[7/19/2010] about Kodiak Island, Alaska] As we work and sightsee on America's largest island, we'll get to view more majestic bears . . . {NOTE: Hawaii is America's largest island, not Kodiak.]
[6/3/2011, about Paul Revere's famous night ride during the American Revolution] He who warned, uh, the British that they weren't gonna be takin' away our arms, uh, by ringing those bells, and um, makin' sure as he's riding his horse through town to send those warning shots and bells that we were going to be sure and we were going to be free, and we were going to be armed. {NOTE: Revere was not stopped by the British that night, nor did he speak to them, nor did he ring the bells in the church to warn colonists the British were approaching, nor did he fire any warning shots.]

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