Politics & Government

September 2, 2008 6:51 PM

In Palin's hometown, pregnancy news doesn't hurt support

If you watched TV news or went online on Monday, there was a lot of speculation about how having unmarried pregnant daugther would play into Sarah Palin's appeal as a devoted mother and proponent of conservative values. But in Palin's hometown, supporters and critics alike rated it of minor importance and said they thought the revelation would do little to hurt the popular politician politically.

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