Ethics probe raises questions about Palin choice

Sep 2nd, 2008 | By David Harper | Category: Election 2008, Lead Stories

The Australian: Teams of Democratic operatives and investigative journalists descended on Alaska yesterday to delve into the private and public life of Sarah Palin, the new and little-known Republican vice-presidential nominee, as fresh questions arose over whether she had been vetted properly by the John McCain campaign.

After the stunning and show-stealing announcement by Senator McCain on Friday that he had chosen the 44-year-old Alaskan Governor as his running-mate, new information emerged over allegations she tried to use her gubernatorial office to take revenge on her former brother-in-law, part of an ethics investigation that will be released on October 31 — just five days before the general election.

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