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Watch: Kelly Tshibaka's Full Speech at Save America, Trump Rally in Anchorage, Alaska

  Kelly Tshibaka (Image Source- Facebook) Kelly Tshibaka's Full speech at Save America Rally in Anchorage , Alaska on July 8th, 2022. Kelly is a Republican running for U.S. Senate Race in Alaska.  Kelly in her Alaska Rally joined by former Governor Sarah Palin, who is running against Nick Begich from GOP and Democrat Mary Peltola in the special election to fill the remainder of late Congressman Don Young’s term. Both Kelly and Sarah Palin were endorsed by former US President Donald Trump and are holding a political rally tonight at  Alaska Airlines Center. Kelly Tshibaka , who previously served as the commissioner of the Alaska Department of Administration under Mike Dunleavy, is running to the right of moderate Republican incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski.  Kelly is married to Niki Tshibaka (Kelly Tshibaka's husband) and has five children in her family. Also, she is a conservative and she will make government work for the people, instead of working against us. She is pro-life, pro

Kelly Tshibaka Wiki, Age, Religion, Husband, Children, Family, Biography, Political Career & More

  Kelly Tshibaka for US Senate (IMG Source- Facebook) Wiki/Biography Who is Kelly Tshibaka? Kelly Tshibaka was the former commissioner of the Alaska Department of Administration under Dunleavy. Right now as an American Politician from the Republican Party, she is running for the U.S. Senate Race. As per her website she told:  I’m running for the United States (US) Senate because it was the people of Alaska who stood up for me and gave me opportunities in life, and now I want to stand up for the people of Alaska. For too long, we’ve had a Senator who cares more about being popular with Washington, D.C. insiders than she does about us. She doesn’t feel it when she votes against Alaska’s best interests because she owes everything she has to her father who appointed her to his vacant Senate seat when he was elected governor. But I owe everything I have to Alaskans.  She also told us that jobs and opportunities leave Alaska because their Senator hasn’t been fighting for them in the U.S. Sen