Sens. Paul and Kerry are the only financial disclosure holdouts
Two senators still haven't filed their personal financial disclosures even though the final extended deadline has passed.
Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) and Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) were both granted extensions through Aug. 13, but the Senate Office of Public Records says it has still not received a filing from either lawmaker.
They are the only members of the Senate or House of Representatives left to file. The original deadline for the disclosures was May 15, but lawmakers could request up to 90 days of extensions. About 90 lawmakers requested at least some extension to the deadline, and all but Kerry and Paul filed by the final Aug. 13 extended deadline.
LegiStorm is the only online resource for financial disclosures of both members of Congress and their staff. You can see all the 2012 financial disclosures here.