NH Senate candidate Brown releases tax records
The campaign also released a financial disclosure form filed with the Senate Ethics Committee, covering last year and payments he has received to date in 2014.
According to the tax records, Brown and his wife, Gail Huff, had a total income of $474,080 in 2013, down from the $602,887 the couple reported the year before. Brown’s business income of $371,988 was bolstered significantly by sales of his biography, “Against All Odds,” published in 2011.
Brown campaign manager Colin Reed in a statement that the candidate and his wife were “going above and beyond” what the law required and “committed to transparency,” although access to the detailed records was limited to Friday. No copies were allowed to be made or leave the office.
Brown took a moment away from his debate among the GOP hopefuls Friday with a challenge to U.S. Sen. Jeanne, the Democratic incumbent whoever wins the Republican primary will challenge.
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