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11 lawmakers nudged into filing financial disclosures?
Eleven state legislators have filed their 2008 financial disclosures since we pointed out Monday that they had missed the July 1 deadline.
Good job, guys.
The latest filers are: Sens. Ralph Hudgens (R-Hull, at right) and Chip Rogers (R-Woodstock), as well as Reps. Stephen Allison (R-Blairsville,) Clay Cox (R-Atlanta), Harry Geisinger (R-Roswell), Mark Hamilton (R-Cumming), Carolyn Hugley (D-Columbus), Roger Lane (R-Darien), Randy Nix (R-LaGrange), Wendell Willard (R-Sandy Springs) and Mark Williams (R-Jesup).
The disclosure statements — which include their employers, business and real estate holdings — may be viewed at the State Ethics Commission’s Web site.
That’s 11 down and 26 to go.
We’re still waiting on these gentlemen and ladies to file disclosure reports:
Jeff Chapman (R-Brunswick)
Valencia Seay (D-Riverdale)
David Shafer (R-Duluth)
Curt Thompson (D-Tucker)
Steve Thompson (D-Marietta)
Dan Weber (R-Dunwoody)
State House of Representatives:
Lee Anderson (R-Groveton)
Rick Austin (R-Demorest)
Roger Bruce (D-Atlanta)
Bob Bryant (D-Garden City)
Toney Collins (D-Conyers)
Karla Drenner (D-Avondale Estates)
Winfred Dukes (D-Albany)
Hugh Floyd (D-Norcross)
Carol Fullerton (D-Albany)
Michael Harden (R-Toccoa)
Keith Heard (D-Athens)
Henry “Wayne” Howard (D-Augusta)
Sheila Jones (D-Atlanta)
David Lucas (D-Macon)
John Meadows (R-Calhoun)
William Quincy Murphy (D-Augusta)
Jay Shaw (D-Lakeland)
Calvin Smyre (D-Columbus)
Tom Weldon (R-Ringgold)
Al Williams (D-Midway)
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