Thursday, September 2, 2010

Deal Releases Tax Returns

Calls on Barnes to disclose cases in front of judges he appointed

Republican nominee for governor Nathan Deal today released 30 years of personal income tax returns, posting them on his campaign Website.

The forms show that Deal has paid his taxes in full. This release of documents, combined with 17 years of financial disclosure reports, provide Georgia voters with a transparent look at Nathan Deal's income, his assets and his liabilities. His financial disclosures give details on his interests and partnerships as a small businessman and investor.

A Roy Named Sue

With the release of his tax returns, Nathan Deal calls on trial lawyer Roy Barnes to disclose:

1. In the past eight years, how many cases has he or his firm tried in front of judges whom he appointed to the bench?
2. How much money did Barnes or his firm earn in those cases?


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