Sarah Palin Documents: Emails Released By Alaska Government (TEXT)
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After a more than two and a half years of delays, the state of Alaska released on Friday thousands of emails sent and received by Sarah Palin during her tenure as governor. The emails were originally sought by journalists, citizens and other groups in September 2008, shortly after Palin was tapped by Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) to serve as the Republican Party's vice presidential nominee. The emails' release was repeatedly delayed, in part because of the sheer number of files, and in part because Palin used a personal email address to conduct public business -- complicating and expanding the records request.
With more than 24,000 pages of emails expected to be released (totaling 250 pounds of paper), The Huffington Post needs your help sorting through the documents. Please read over these emails and tell us what you find. See anything interesting on Todd Palin? Sarah's vice presidential run? Something entirely new? Tell us about anything notable you find here or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Be sure to let us know the page number.)
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Below is the complete set of Palin emails. These emails were scanned by the Associated Press.