Palin Casts Her Vote and Keeps It Private
By Michael D. Shear
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin voted this morning at the town hall where she once served as mayor.
Declaring that "forever, I'm going to be Sarah from Alaska," Palin cast her ballots during a quick, two-hour sojourn to her home state before heading back to Arizona for the victory party with McCain at the Phoenix Biltmore hotel.
Palin declined to say whether she voted for Sen. Ted Stevens, who is fighting for reelection despite having been convicted on corruption-related charges last month.
"I am also exercising my right to privacy," Palin said, mysteriously. "And I don't have to tell anybody who I vote for. Nobody does. And that's really cool about America, also."
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November 4, 2008; 1:55 PM ET
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