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Personal Financial Statements: Texas Legislature

Explore this interactive summary of disclosures and the date each was filed. Those running for re-election were required to file in January; those who were not have until April to update their disclosures. The disclosures cover interests held the previous calendar year. In each category, Y indicates disclosed items in the category, while N indicates none.

Below is a description of what typically is disclosed in each category:

Other employment – jobs worked other than the office held

Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds – range of shares held

Royalties, Rents, Dividends, Interest – source and range of income

Notes – lease agreements and personal notes

Other property – real estate owned other than primary residence

Business interests – interest in business, including assets and liabilities of business associations

Gifts – Received in office

Trusts – Income from trusts or blind trusts

Boards – Membership, including executive positions, on profit and nonprofit groups

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