Former Governor of Alaska and 2008 vice-presidential hopeful, Sarah Palin is reportedly considering challenging Senator Lisa Murkowski next year. Palin hasn’t made any official declarations yet but says she is praying over the possibility.
Palin made comments about her political future while speaking at a leadership conference co-sponsored by Harvest International Ministry and the Latino Coalition for Israel.
According to The Hill:
“I do need prayer about whether I should or not,” she said, later adding: “If God wants me to do it, I will.”
Former President Trump, who won Alaska by 10 points has already endorsed Murkowski’s primary challenger, Kelly Tshibaka who Palin seemed to reference in her remarks.
“There’s a female Republican who’s already jumped in the race,” Palin said. “Kind of the scary thing about it is I’ve been in politics, seems like all of my life up there in Alaska and I’ve never heard of her, so that kind of made me hesitant.”
Palin did not rule out a run for Senate next year.
“I would say you guys better be there for me this time, because a lot of people were not there for me last time,” Palin said.