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Of her four candidates representing Alaska's general congressional district , including Sarah Palin, Nick Begich, and Mary Peltra, three of her November voters I entered the election.
A fourth winner has yet to be announced. A total of 22 individuals participated in the top four primaries, with all candidates participating in the same ballot regardless of party affiliation.
Nine candidates were independent or independent candidates, nine were Republicans, one was Democrats, and three were minor party candidates.
Her three candidates for the primary - Sarah Palin, Nick Begich and Mary Peltra - also participated in Tuesday's Alaskan special general election, Filled in the rest of the original GOP. The term of Congressman Don Young. Young died in March after nearly 50 years in Congress.
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Left to right: Alaska Republican Congressman Nick Begich, Alaska Republican Representative Sarah Palin and Alaska Democratic Representative Mary Peltra. (Brandon Bell, Mary Peltola campaign, Ash Adams for The Washington Post via Getty Images)
Other prominent candidates in the primary: Republican Tara Sweeney , independent Greg Brelsford, Liberal candidate Chris Bye, and Republican Randy Parham.
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Both Prior to the election offormer President Donald Trump, he endorsed Sarah Palin. Palin, who served as the vice presidential candidate for the late Senator John McCain in the 2008 presidential election, served as governor of Alaska from 2006 until her 2009 resignation.
Republican Congressman and former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin speaks at a "Save America" rally in Alaska as former President Donald Trump looks on at the Aviation Center in Anchorage, Alaska, July 9, 2022. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Ranked choice voting will be used in the November 8 House general election. The 2020 state overruled the state's previous electoral method, which consisted of partisan elections preceding the general election.
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THEIR VOTE PREFERENCES . If one candidate receives a majority of the first votes, that candidate will be declared the winner of the race. However, if no candidate receives a majority of the first-choice votes, the candidate with the fewest first-choice votes is eliminated. Following elimination of the candidate with the fewest votes, the voters' secondary preferences are evaluated and a new tally established to determine whether the candidate in the race received a majority of the votes. This process is repeated until a candidate receives a majority of votes.
Lawrence Richard of Fox News contributed to this report.
Kyle Morris He is in charge of politics at Fox News. Twitter: @RealKyleMorris.