The emails were exchanged from when Palin first took office in December of 2006 through September of 2008. The product of a Freedom of Information Act request, the documents will be released to media organizations at 9 a.m. Juneau time.
“I think every rock in the Palin household that could ever be kicked over and uncovered anything, it’s already been kicked over. I don’t think there’s anything private in our family now,” Ms Sarah Palin told Chris Wallace, the interviewer.
Sarah Palin said during an appearance on “Fox News Sunday” last weekend that she’s not concerned that the emails being released could produce any damaging revelations.
Ms Palin wrote to the colleagues, “I do applogize if I sound frustrated w this one. I guess I am. Its killing me to realize how misinformed leggies [legislators], reporter and others are on this issue”. UK’s
Gaurdian is updating LIVE about every update of Sarah Palin emails issue. She received a string of flattering emails from conservatives looking for a fresh face to run alongside McCain.
Several US media outlets and Alaska political activist Andree McLeod requested the emails’ release under state public records laws in 2008, shortly after Sarah Palin joined McCain. Palin insisted earlier this week that she doesn’t believe there’s any big news in the emails. “Every rock in the Palin household that could ever be kicked over and uncovered anything, it’s already been kicked over,” she told ‘Fox News Sunday’.