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Roundup: Gillibrand is first candidate to release 2018 tax returns, challenging Democratic field

March 28, 2019

Yesterday, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand publicly disclosed her 2018 tax returns, becoming the first 2020 presidential candidate to take this key step towards accountability and transparency. Gillibrand now has 12 years’ worth of tax returns available online, dating back to 2007, her first year in public office. Gillibrand also pressured the rest of the Democratic field to join her in publicly releasing their recent tax returns.

See below for a roundup of the coverage

Kirsten on CNN New Day

CNN | Kirsten Gillibrand takes shot at Trump by releasing her tax returns

New York Times | Gillibrand Discloses 2018 Taxes, Pushing 2020 Rivals to Follow Suit

NBC News | 2020 roundup: Gillibrand releases 2018 tax returns

Fox News | Gillibrand the first 2020 Democrat to unveil 2018 tax returns: See what she made

Washington Post | Democratic hopefuls vague on releasing their tax returns

Politico | Gillibrand becomes first presidential candidate to reveal her 2018 taxes

CNN | Gillibrand releases tax returns, challenges other 2020 Democratic candidates to do the same

The Hill | Gillibrand releases latest tax returns, calls on other 2020 contenders to follow

Talking Points Memo | Gillibrand Is First 2020 Dem Presidential Candidate To Release 2018 Tax Return

Axios | Kirsten Gillibrand releases 2018 tax returns

Reuters | Democratic presidential candidate Gillibrand releases tax returns in challenge to rivals

Vox | Kirsten Gillibrand is the first presidential candidate to release her 2018 tax returns

Associated Press | Gillibrand paid $29,000 in federal taxes on $214,000 income

Mediaite | Kirsten Gillibrand Posts Tax Returns After Trump and Bernie Sanders Failed To Do So