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Thursday, June 16, 2011

Rick Crawford's no-show on financial forms

Posted By on Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 6:37 AM

Everybody rounded up the annual personal financial disclosure forms filed yesterday by members of Congress. With the exception of U.S. Rep. Rick Crawford, who asked for a 90-day extension.

This ain't brain surgery. Particularly for someone like Crawford, who has little to report.

Here's the financial disclosure form
he filed as a candidate last year. He reported earned income of about $27,500; no debts, and investment income of between $1,000 and $15,000 from two sources, the company through which he operated a farm radio show and a mutual fund for a 401K.

I've mentioned it before, but all this info is available for inspection at this handy website, legistorm. You have to sign up for access, but it's free. It includes disclosure forms for many staffers. You can also get a last look at Blanche Lincoln's 2010 finances. She filed a termination form though she was beaten for re-election last year.

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