IN RESPONSE: Gov. Rick Scott’s campaign defended his financial disclosures as fully transparent Tuesday, but answers to specific questions about the details of his investments — or even when he’ll release his 2013 taxes — remain unanswered. The statement, issued by campaign manager Melissa Sellers, came in response to a Miami Herald/Tampa Bay Times story published over the weekend analyzing his “blind trust,” his state financial disclosure and the differences in the way he reports his finances to the federal government and the public.
IN RESPONSE: Gov. Rick Scott’s campaign defended his financial disclosures as fully transparent Tuesday, but answers to specific questions about the details of his investments — or even when he’ll release his 2013 taxes — remain unanswered. The statement, issued by campaign manager Melissa Sellers, came in response to a Miami Herald/Tampa Bay Times story published over the weekend analyzing his “blind trust,” his state financial disclosure and the differences in the way he reports his finances to the federal government and the public. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff
IN RESPONSE: Gov. Rick Scott’s campaign defended his financial disclosures as fully transparent Tuesday, but answers to specific questions about the details of his investments — or even when he’ll release his 2013 taxes — remain unanswered. The statement, issued by campaign manager Melissa Sellers, came in response to a Miami Herald/Tampa Bay Times story published over the weekend analyzing his “blind trust,” his state financial disclosure and the differences in the way he reports his finances to the federal government and the public. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff

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October 07, 2014 9:27 PM

Scott campaign defends his financial disclosures

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