10 influential women in U.S. politics
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Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin was the first woman to hold that office. The former sports reporter then went on to make waves during her run for vice president in the 2008 president election alongside John McCain. Her highly conservative political viewpoints have made her a tea party favorite, and she was at one time considered a potential candidate for the 2012 presidential election. Palin has since started the "Pink Elephant Movement" to support female GOP candidates and appears regularly as a political commentator on Fox News.
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