COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina's Republican gubernatorial nominee is looking to bolster her key issue of government transparency by releasing her legislative e-mails.
State Rep. Nikki Haley's campaign allowed media to see thousands of pages' of legislative correspondence Friday afternoon - three months after they were requested.
The campaign required reporters view the documents at her office and make no copies.
Haley has made government accountability and transparency a main issue. Democratic opponent Vincent Sheheen has criticized her for her reluctance to release her documents.
Media outlets including The Associated Press requested a review of Haley's e-mails after a political blogger claimed they had an affair.
Haley has denied his allegation.
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