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|Birth date:||February 11, 1964|
|Birth place:||Sandpoint, Idaho, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)|
|Profession:||Politician, Commentator, Writer, Spokesperson, Basketball player, Sports commentator, Television producer, Author|
|Education:||University of Idaho (1986–1987)|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Todd Palin (m. 1988)|
|Children:||Bristol Palin, Trig Palin, Willow Palin, Piper Palin, Track Palin|
|Parents:||Charles R. Heath, Sarah Heath|
|Siblings:||Chuck Heath, Molly Heath McCann, Heather Bruce|
|TV shows:||Sarah Palin's Alaska|
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Sarah Palin Net Worth $12 Million
Her net worth is estimated to be at $12 million. She was born as Sarah Louise Heath on February 11, 1964, in Sandpoint, Idaho. In age three months, she moved to Alaska when her parents came to teach school in Skagway in southeast Alaska. Sarah Palin’s father, Charles, was a Science teacher and track coach. SarahPalin mom, Sally, was a school secretary. Palin grew up in the small town of Wasilla, about 40 miles north of Anchorage. An outdoors enthusiast, Palin grew up as an enthusiastic hunter and a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association, eating moose burgers and riding snowmobiles.
Palin was born in Sandpoint, Idaho, but moved to Wasilla, Alaska as an infant and however considers it her house. In 1984, she won the Miss Wasilla Pageant and went on to win third place and the Miss Congeniality award in the contest for Miss Alaska. In precisely the same time, she attended school in Hawaii, Idaho, and Alaska, eventually earning her bachelor’s in communications in the University of Idaho. In 1992, Palin won a spot on the Wasilla City Council; in 1996, she became mayor, as well as in 2006, she became the youngest person and the first girl to be elected Governor of Alaska.
In 2008, she was catapulted to the national political spotlight when presidential hopeful John McCain picked her as his running mate; McCain and Palin lost, but Palin retained her standing among the very talked-about characters in politics. In 2009, Palin surprised the political community by declaring that she’d not seek gubernatorial re-election in 2010, and resigned the governorship of Alaska with eighteen months left in her term. Shortly afterwards, Harper Collins published Palin’s autobiography Going Rogue: An American Life, which sold over a million copies within two weeks of reaching ledges, one of only four political memoirs to do this, and Palin signed a multi-year contract (minus fiscal details) with FOX News. Palin has been wed to oilfield supervisor and commercial fisherman Todd Palin since 1988, and also the pair have five kids.