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Wrangell reacts to news of Sarah Palin for VP

WRANGELL, ALASKA The day after Barack Obama accepts the democratic nomination for United States president, presumptive republican candidate John McCain makes a surprise announcement – Alaska governor Sarah Palin will be his running mate for the presidential race. Palin, who's in the midst of her first term as governor, may be the next vice president of the United States.

Here are some reactions from Wrangell's Front Street this morning
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