News Release: Associated Press
July 2, 2014
ATLANTA (AP) -- Democrat Michelle Nunn has released five years of federal tax returns, as she awaits the winner of a July 22 runoff between Republicans Jack Kingston and David Perdue for Georgia's open Senate seat.
Perdue has released 10 years of returns, while Kingston has provided access to five years.
The filings, from 2009 to 2013, show Nunn's income as the CEO of the nonprofit Points of Light provided the bulk of the family's income. Nunn's husband, Ron Martin, manages the family's investments, which also provided a steady stream of income.
Last year, the couple's total income was about $191,000, as Nunn took a leave of absence to campaign. That year, they claimed about $68,200 in itemized deductions and paid about $26,000 in taxes, or about 13.6 percent of their total income.
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