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Where does Sarah Palin live?

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As of 2014, Sarah Palin lives in Wasilla, Alaska, where her family home has been since the early 1990s. Wasilla is a bedroom community less than an hour's drive from Anchorage, Alaska.

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Where does Sarah Palin live?
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While Palin travels extensively, she maintains her residence in Wasilla. Her husband Todd built a TV studio in a separate building on their property so she could work as a Fox News contributor and give interviews without leaving Alaska. Her new online network, the Sarah Palin Channel, is based in Houston, Texas, but Palin still does much of her work remotely. In 2011, the Palin family purchased a second home in Scottsdale, Ariz.

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