Dave Donaldson

Capitol Correspondent, Alaska Public Radio Network

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Capitol correspondent for the Alaska Public Radio Network

Dave Donaldson on KCRW

John McCain surprised almost everyone today when  he named Sarah Palin  his running mate. The youngest person ever elected Governor of Alaska, she the first woman in that office.

McCain Goes to Alaska for a Running Mate

John McCain surprised almost everyone today when he named Sarah Palin his running mate. The youngest person ever elected Governor of Alaska, she the first woman in that office.

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