Mr Pence spoke at rallies where crowds chanted that Mrs Clinton should be "locked up" in jail over her emails.
A total of 29 pages of correspondence from Mr Pence's private account were released by his successor as governor of Indiana in response to freedom of information requests by the Indianapolis Star newspaper..@realDonaldTrump and I commend the FBI for reopening an investigation into Clinton's personal email server because no one is above the law.— Mike Pence (@mike_pence) October 28, 2016
Corey Nachreiner, of computer security company WatchGuard Technologies, told the newspaper the accounts of Mr Pence and Mrs Clinton had about the same vulnerability to hacking attacks.
Indiana law does not prohibit public officials from using personal email accounts, although the law is generally interpreted to mean that official business conducted on private email must be retained for public record purposes.
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