How to Watch Trump Rally in Alaska: Time, Live Stream for GOP Event

Former President Donald Trump will hold a rally in Alaska on Saturday to stump for his preferred Republican candidates in the state.

The "Save America" rally will be held in Anchorage at the Alaska Airlines Center. Trump will be joined by the state's incumbent Republican Governor Mike Dunleavy as well as House candidate Sarah Palin, the state's former governor, and Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka, who is running against incumbent Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski.

Speakers will take the stage at 1 p.m. local time in Anchorage (5 p.m. ET), with doors opening at 11 a.m., according to Trump's website. The former president is scheduled to take the stage at 4 p.m. As is normally the case with the former president's rallies, Right Side Broadcasting Network (RSBN) will be live streaming the event on its online channels, including YouTube and Rumble.

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Former President Donald Trump will hold a rally in Anchorage on Saturday to stump for the Republican candidates he's endorsed in Alaska ahead of the midterm election. Above, Trump gives remarks during a "Save America" rally at the Adams County Fairgrounds in Mendon, Illinois on June 25, 2022. Michael B. Thomas/Getty Images

Tickets for the event are free but those wishing to attend can only reserve two tickets per mobile number. The tickets for the 5,000-person venue are first-come, first-serve, with many supporters of the former president expected to attend.

"It will be a great honor to welcome President Trump to Alaska for what will be the greatest attended political event in our state's history. Hope you can join us!" Tshibaka, a former commissioner in the Alaska Department of Administration, tweeted on June 29 when the rally was announced.

Tshibaka is seeking to oust Murkowski, one of the seven Republican senators who voted to convict Trump after he was impeached by the House of Representatives for inciting his supporters to attack the U.S. Capitol.

Recent polling by Alaska Survey Research suggests that the incumbent Republican is still favored to win in the state's ranked-choice voting system. Although the Trump-backed candidate came out ahead in the first and second round of counting in the survey, Murkowski was ultimately the winner with just over 52 percent support as other less popular contenders were eliminated. The poll was conducted from July 2 to 5.

Palin is seeking to fill Alaska's lone House seat left vacant by the death of long-serving Republican Representative Don Young in March. The former Alaskan governor won in the primary, but only garnered 27 percent of the vote.

Whether the Trump-backed candidate can win in the general election remains to be seen. The recent polling data by Alaska Survey Research showed that Palin would be out after the second round in the ranked-choice system.

"I was honored to receive President Trump's endorsement early on in this race, and I'm excited to welcome him to the great state of Alaska," Palin said in a statement shortly after the Anchorage event was announced.

Dunleavy first took office as Alaska's governor in 2018. He won that race with north of 51 percent of the vote. The latest polling data shows he is favored to win re-election by securing just over 50 percent in the second round of the ranked-choice count.