The state of Alaska is getting ready to release over 24,000 pages of Sarah Palin's emails from her time as governor, the Anchorage Daily News reports.
The release is a response to requests made over two years ago by news organizations and individuals, when Palin was running for vice president. State officials expect to send the emails to a commercial printer to be copied this week, a process that is estimated to take about four days, the Daily News reports.
Officials are also going to withhold another 2,415 pages of emails the state judges as privileged, personal or otherwise exempt from state disclosure laws.
Palin is currently on a "One Nation" bus tour that has sparked renewed speculation about her interest in running for president. The tour is expected to make a stop in New Hampshire later this week.