The Washington Times - November 4, 2008, 06:52PM

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said she remains confident the election will go in her favor by tomorrow morning, according to FOX News‘ Shushannah Walshe.

“‘Now tomorrow, I hope, I pray, I believe that I’ll be able to wake up as Vice President elect, and be able to get to work in a transition mode with the President-Elect, John McCain,’ Palin said, ‘so anxious to get to work for the American people.’”


Mrs. Palin said history will be made this week either way the election turns, but her life will not be over if she loses the election.Mrs. Palin said she wanted to unite people and focus on journalism — she claimed much of it is based on hearsay. 

“She was asked if she has any regrets over her two-month candidacy or if she would do anything differently and she responded, ‘I just wish there was more hours in the day so we could’ve gotten around to more areas of our country,’” Fox reported.

— Christopher Shaver, intern, The Washington Times