Sarah Palin emails: The Alaska archive

    On Friday, June 10, 2011, the state of Alaska re­leased nearly 25,000 pages worth of Sarah Pal­in’s emails from her ten­ure as gov­ernor. The emails begin at the start of Pal­in’s term in Decem­ber 2006 and end Sept. 30, 2008, shortly after Arizona Sen. John McCain selected her as his vice presidential running mate, when the re­quests for the emails were made.

    All emails have been scanned and are avail­able be­low in a search­able archive. The Times is pub­lishing the e­mails ver­batim, as re­leased by Alaska officials. Some include vul­garities or con­tent that some reade­rs may consider ob­jection­able.

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