Politics

Jeb Bush Had Second Private Email Account While Florida's Governor

| by Michael Allen

Jeb Bush, former Florida governor and probable Republican presidential candidate in 2016, has openly criticized possible Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email while she was the U.S. secretary of state.

Associated Press reported on March 25 that Bush had an unreported second private email in addition to his previously disclosed one, [email protected].

Bush previously released thousands of emails from his [email protected] email account in May 2014, which took him a total of seven and a half years after leaving office, noted The New York Times. Bush did not release all the emails, but chose to keep a number of them private.

Now, the Associated Press says [email protected] referenced his other private email address, [email protected].

Bush spokeswoman Kristy Campbell told the Associated Press, "He doesn't know what that email address is."

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More than 400 emails were reportedly sent to [email protected] between 1999 and 2004, but no records that Bush replied with [email protected].

Gencom.net is registered to ElectroNet Broadband Communications at a location in Tallahassee, Florida, according to Who.Is.

The Florida governor's mansion is in Tallahassee, the state capital.

Sources: Associated Press, Who.Is, The New York Times
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