ANCHORAGE, Alaska — More than 13,000 e-mails from Sarah Palin's time as governor of Alaska were released at 9 a.m. Friday in Juneau.
Here's a few examples:
Palin kept a close eye on media reports about herself and her staff. Responding to a July 26, 2007 letter to the editor printed in the Anchorage Daily News complaining that Palin did not meet with Miss Alaska, Palin wrote staffers, "I'm looking for someone to correct the letter writer's goofy comments, but don't want the letter to the ADN in response to come from me."
Once Palin was tapped to run as Sen. John McCain’s running mate, she wrote an email to her spokesperson, Bill McAllister, also a former KTUU reporter, and complained about media inquiries they were getting, which ranged from questions about whether she paid for a tanning bed in the governor's mansion, to inquires about her belief about dinosaurs and humans coexisting at the same time.