By Gary P Jackson
Governor Sarah Palin, who was born in Sandpoint, Idaho, was in Boise for the inaugural Power Up Live! event along with Mayor Rudy Giuliani. By all accounts the event was a huge success.
After the event Sarah and Rudy sat down with Fox 9’s Don Nelson for a couple of fun interviews.
From Fox 9:
Several thousand people packed into the Idaho Center for “Power Up Live!“, an event touted as a leadership forum, and some big names kicked off the inaugural event.
Known as “America’s mayor”, former New York City mayor, Rudy Giuliani, inspired the crowd with his firsthand account of the events happening at Ground Zero on September 11, 2001. He also spoke of the challenges of leading the country’s largest city.
Another big name took the stage today, former vice presidential candidate and former governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin. Palin talked about overcoming challenges, both professionally and personally, and she didn’t forget her Idaho roots.
Idaho on Your Side’s Don Nelson sat down for exclusive interviews with each of the political powerhouses. They chatted about everything from Idaho potatoes and Idaho roots to the terror attacks and baseball.
Video courtesy of our friends at SarahNet.