Sarah Palin started her election day early, arriving at the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport in Anchorage around 4:45 AM. Accompanied by her husband Todd, the pair arrived at the Wasilla City Hall and voted. They then spent a few minutes speaking to reporters before boarding a flight to Arizona to meet up with McCain. **Keep checking back for updates.**
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