Kirsten has always believed that holding elected office means that voters should know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that her top priority is the public’s best interest.
It’s why she became the first member of Congress to put a list of her official meetings, earmark requests, personal financial disclosures and taxes online. It’s why she passed the Stock Act to ban insider trading by members of Congress and their families. And it’s why she has banned corporate PAC money from her campaign, is refusing donations from federal lobbyists and doesn’t have a super PAC.
And now, as we fight to defeat Donald Trump, we need honesty, transparency and accountability more than ever. That’s why Kirsten has posted her tax returns from the last 12 years here for all to see. And she’s calling on every candidate in the Democratic field to follow her lead and release theirs, too.
You can view Kirsten’s tax returns here: