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Sarah Palin Endorses Trump for GOP Nomination

Tuesday, January 19, 2016


Former vice-presidential nominee and governor of Alaska Sarah Palin made her first appearance into the 2016 presidential race Tuesday by announcing her endorsement of GOP candidate Donald Trump.

Palin is expected to appear alongside Trump at a campaign event at Iowa State University today. 

GoLocal teamed up with Graphiq to take a closer look at Trump, Palin and the GOP race in Iowa.

Data curated by InsideGov
Data curated by InsideGov
Data curated by InsideGov

Related Slideshow: Who Are Oregon’s Power Players Supporting for President?

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Hilary Clinton

Hillary Clinton received the most money from the State of Oregon of any candidate for President. She brought in more than 100 maximum donations of $2,700, but the most impressive donors may have been the Jamie Hazlett of Medford. While she never gave the maximum donation, she donated to Clinton’s campaign 25 different times.

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Bernie Sanders

Sanders raised less money than Clinton but received more individual contributions. His lone max donation came from Beau Whitley of Portland.

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Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush raised a total of $71,750 in Oregon, the most of any Republican. He did so thanks in large part to the Glass family of Lake Oswego. Andrew J. Glass, George E. Glass, George F. Glass and Mary Glass, who share the same address, each gave the maximum donation of $2,700.

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Donald Trump

Despite coming in first in an August poll among Oregon Republicans, the Donald has yet to receive a single donation from the Beaver State. 

“I believe many people are responding to Trump’s style of politics, his non-politically-correct approach to issues, and supporting him in theory, but don’t necessarily buy into his candidacy enough to financially contribute,” Rebecca Tweed, Political Director of State Street Solutions, told GoLocal" He’s getting the attention that he wants, but I think it’s surface support. I don’t expect many Republicans, in Oregon or nationally, to stay with him as a viable presidential candidate.”

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Carly Fiorina

Carly Fiorina has raised just $1,875 from 14 donations in Oregon. Her largest contribution came from Norman Russel, of Albany, who donated $500.

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Ben Carson

Ben Carson managed to raise $46,814 in Oregon He received two max donations, from the Young family of Lebanon. James and Kelly Young, who share an address, both donated $2,700 to Carson's campaign.

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Marco Rubio

Rubio received contributions from the most donors of any Republican in Oregon. Of his donors, Donna Moore of Beaverton stands out. She donated a total of 13 times, giving $2,674 to his campaign.


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