The Malloys release partial tax returns

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy (CTNJ file photo)
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy (CTNJ file photo)
The general election is Tuesday, Nov. 4.
The general election is Tuesday, Nov. 4.

HARTFORD, Conn. – Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, who is behind Republican challenger Tom Foley in most public polls, released partial tax returns for his past four years of income on Wednesday and called upon his opponent to do the same.

The former mayor of Stamford, who beat Foley in 2010 by 6,404 votes, seems anxious to see the tax returns of his opponent who, like Mitt Romney, manages a private equity firm. In 2010, a comparison of their taxes showed Foley paid more in taxes in 2009 than Malloy and his wife, Cathy, earned that year.

“Today, Governor Malloy released four years of tax return summaries and Tom Foley should do the same,” Mark Bergman, a spokesman for the Malloy campaign, said. “If Tom Foley has nothing to hide, he should release his returns immediately. He has had weeks to prepare for a release and this should happen without delay.”

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2 responses to “The Malloys release partial tax returns”

  1. One and Done.

    No gifts to any charities? Penalties for either paying late or not enough? Is this guy desperate or what? His campaign is down to making voters envious. Pathetic.

  2. Piberman

    The only part of tax returns that might have any public interest is “charitable contributions”. Public servants usually are not distinguished by their generosity although there are some notable exceptions.

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