Jeb Bush said he’s going to release about 250,000 emails from his time in office, Politico reports.
“The move seems designed to get ahead of opposition researchers poring through his time in office — the Democratic research super PAC American Bridge already has started digging in on the candidates — but also to contrast with people like New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, both of whom have been accused of creating a fog of secrecy in their government offices.”
“Unlike Christie and Clinton, Bush’s document trove is fairly dated — he was in office from 1999 to 2007. But the idea…is to create ‘transparency.’ Bush was known as an active emailer while in office, often responding to queries himself.”Save to Favorites