James Anderson, a Democratic candidate for Attorney General, made public his federal income tax returns. The Montgomery lawyer filed copies of his 2007 and 2008 tax returns with the State Ethics Commission. James is a former chairman of the State Ethics Commission. The candidate says he made his tax returns public because he believes transparency in government is essential. Michel Nicrosi, a candidate from Mobile, followed suit and also made her tax records public. Maybe it would be a good idea for all candidates to follow James’ lead and let the public know about their finances. Perhaps Joe Turnham and Mike Hubbard, chairmen of their parties, will jointly make that request of all candidates running under their respective party banners.
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