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guh ver ner ship

  • n  the office of governor

  • Referring to her unsuccessful run for the lieutenant governorship of Alaska in 2002, Palin told the author, "There was a lot of talk about the fact that I didn't have years of .
  • But baggy-eyed, jug-eared Chinese General Chen Yi, looking back on the worst month of his Formosa governorship, would never forget the woman known as Hsieh Hseh-hungThanks .
  • If the buffoon factor has crippled Mecham's governorship, charges of incompetence and corruption could kill it.

  • Charles Grassley in USA Today
    I would think, if you want to run for president - and I'm not sure that's got anything to do with what she's doing - that the forum of a governorship would be a better forum than just being a private citizen,Grassley said.
  • Larry Sabato in FOXNews
    I'm sure he would love to be secretary of state, no matter what he says about staying in the governorship,Sabato said in an interview. "And he wouldn't get criticized. He's got a Democratic lieutenant governor who is off and running and he...
  • Rebecca Hall in News1130
    I'm not leaving the governorship because of any particular ethics complaint. Rather, I have explained that the millions of dollars spent by the state and the diversion of resources to address politically inspired records requests, personnel board... Sarah Palin Washington Post Jul 24, 2009 43086 59128 gown I saw this woman in a serious ball gown, all glammed up and next to an ice cream van, just really getting into an enormous ice cream cone," Hall told The Associated Press in an interview. "And there was this really ominous drip just coming...

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