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Did Palin illegally campaign from Wasilla mayor’s office? September 12, 2008

Posted by trouble97018 in Corruption, News, Politics, Repiglicans.
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Published: Friday September 12, 2008

While Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin at least knows how to send e-mails — unlike the man at the top of the ticket — her sloppiness or ignorance of laws controlling what can and cannot be sent on accounts paid for by taxpayers is causing more problems for the Alaska governor and former small-town mayor.

Mother Jones reporter David Corn, who’s been owning the Palin e-mail malfeasance beat lately, provides new evidence Friday that Palin broke the law by sending political e-mails when she campaigned for lieutenant governor from her official e-mail account provided by the city of Wasilla, where she was mayor at the time.

In a June 11, 2002 email to Randy Ruedrich–sent from her sarah@ci.wasilla.ak.us account–Palin asked if the state Republican Party would disseminate notices for her fundraisers. “I have a heckuva’ lot of notices I would love to be distributed to all the [state party] lists because I’m not networked into all the valuable distribution lists that other candidates may be networked into,” she wrote. “Can you do that for me?”

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