Election 2008

In Alaska, Pride, Disbelief At Palin VP Pick

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Alaskans have reacted with a mixture of pride and disbelief to the news that their governor, Sarah Palin, has been picked as Sen. John McCain's running mate. John Ryan of member station KTOO talks with Juneau residents about Palin, who had an 80 percent approval rating in her last statewide survey.



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