ANCHORAGE - Gov. Sarah Palin has added to her financial disclosure forms two free trips that she took nearly two years ago but failed to report.
Palin, who was Republican presidential candidate John McCain's running mate, made the disclosures last month, but after Election Day when she and McCain lost to Barack Obama and Joe Biden. The trips were first revealed in a story by The Associated Press in October.
The free trips were taken in April and May of 2007 and should have been reported within 30 days under state ethics law. The Nov. 17 disclosure forms note that the reports were "not filed timely due to administrative error."
Bill McAllister, the governor's spokesman, said the mistakes were made by travel support staff.