GOP’s Harrington: Wasserman Schultz Should Release Tax Returns

Monday, 16 Apr 2012 04:55 PM

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Florida Republican Karen Harrington has called on her opponent, Democratic National Committee chief Debbie Wasserman Schultz, to release her personal income tax returns.

There are no records of Wasserman Schultz ever having released her personal income tax returns, although members of Congress are required to disclose assets, holdings, and other financial information, The Weekly Standard reports.

“This week millions of taxpaying Americans will fulfill their requirement of filing their tax returns by paying any and all taxes due to the federal government,” Harrington’s campaign wrote. “Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has been asking Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney to release his 2011 return even after Governor Romney released his 2010 tax return.”

Wasserman Schultz’s failure to release her own tax returns “screams of hypocrisy,” Harrington’s campaign wrote.




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