If you've worked for the government, you know the difference between sensitive, secret, and classified communications. Just because classified information is shared on a government server does not guarantee its protection. Likewise, a private server containing classified information does not automatically disqualify an email from being classified. Also, what determines material as classified is hardly reliable. A phone number. An address to where you're going for lunch. An attachment of your favorite cat video. All of these can legitimately be qualified as "classified" emails solely based on who the sender or recipient are. Let the cabinet members do their jobs. If you go this route, it's a slippery slope to restrict our (already) slow government from seeking efficiency. And if you're my representative reading this, don't lie. You've used your personal email for work. It's not a crime. It's a reality of the job you have.