Sarah Palin's Alaska, a documentary series that takes viewers into the country's 'final frontier' through the eyes of one of its most famous citizens - Sarah Palin. In each episode, various family members join Sarah as she shares the state she knows and loves --from salmon fishing in Bristol Bay to hiking along one of our country's most breathtaking glaciers. Along with Alaska's great wilderness, the Palin's encounter Alaska's fascinating residents and share what it takes to thrive in the country's largest state.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Sarah Palin's Alaska - Resignation of Sarah Palin - Netflix
The resignation of Sarah Palin as Governor of Alaska, after 2.5 years of her 4-year term, was announced on July 3, 2009 and became effective on July 26. Lieutenant Governor Sean Parnell succeeded Sarah Palin as Governor. Parnell was later elected to a full term, in November 2010.
Sarah Palin's Alaska - Changes to Alaska's ethics rules - Netflix
“These include allowing for the state to pay legal costs for officials cleared of ethics violations; allowing for a family member of the governor or lieutenant governor to travel at state cost in certain circumstances and allowing an immediate family member to use an official's state-issued cell phone or BlackBerry if the usage is limited or under monthly or unlimited plans.”
On December 22, 2010, new rules governing Alaska executive branch ethics, stemming from Sarah Palin's tenure as governor, took effect:
Sarah Palin's Alaska - References - Netflix