Senators Kerry and Paul finally submit financial disclosures
Financial disclosures were finally released this weekend for Sens. John Kerry (D-Mass.) and Rand Paul (R-Ky.), the last holdouts in the Senate in submitting annual disclosures that were due back in May.
Kerry and Paul were the only two senators without annual disclosures covering calendar year 2011. They were allowed a 90-day extension to the original deadline of May 15th by the Senate Ethics Committee but the Aug. 13 deadline came and went without the reports making it into the Senate's system. LegiStorm received the documents via mail over the weekend from the Office of Public Records.
LegiStorm maintains the only online database of financial disclosures for members of Congress and their staff. As new disclosures and amendments to past disclosures become available, LegiStorm will continue to add them to the site.