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Once again, Meg Whitman promises to release her tax returns
|Last Edited||Jason Apr 15, 2010 07:13pm|
|Media||Newspaper - San Jose Mercury News|
|News Date||Tuesday, April 13, 2010 05:20:00 AM UTC0:0|
|Description||A month after California's three major candidates for governor made an unprecedented offer to publicly release 25 years of tax returns, voters are still waiting. |
But on Monday, the campaign of billionaire Republican Meg Whitman cleared up one big mystery: Rather than a simple summary of the forms, Whitman will release her actual tax returns for those years.
The question now remains: When?
Whitman's communications director, Tucker Bounds, reiterated that she'll release her returns only after presumed Democratic nominee Jerry Brown releases his. And she wants Brown to go even further, back to 1983, the year he left the governor's office.
Meanwhile, the spokesman for state Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner, badly trailing Whitman for the Republican nomination, again said Poizner will release his returns once Whitman does.
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