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Sarah Palin loses in Alaska and people are loving George Takei’s reaction

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Yup’ik Eskimo, also makes history as the first Alaska Native in Congress. She is also the first woman to hold the House seat.Palin, who was endorsed by former President Donald Trump, has yet to concede defeat.

Peltola’s apparent victory came after votes were tabulated late yesterday as part of the state’s new ranked-choice voting system.A tweet by actor and LGBTQ activist George Takei about Palin’s defeat has gone viral.“If a Democrat can win a statewide race in Alaska, Democrats can win everywhere.

Congratulations to Mary Peltola on defeating Sarah Palin for Alaska’s Congressional House seat and becoming the first Native Alaskan ever elected to Congress!”If a Democrat can win a statewide race in Alaska, Democrats can win everywhere.

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