22 candidates fined for missing income reporting deadline

Published  7:10 PM HST Jul 24, 2012
HONOLULU, Hawaii -

The Hawaii State Ethics Commission has fined 22 political candidates for failing to provide financial disclosure statements by a  Monday, July 23 deadline.

The $25 dollar fine is considered a "late filing penalty," fee.

All candidates for state elective officer are required by law to file a disclosure of financial interests statement, which include information about a candidate's source of income, and other assets.  163 candidates complied.  A list of their disclosures can be found on the Hawaii State Ethics Commission website.

The following is a list released by the Hawaii State Ethics Commission of the candidates who failed to meet the deadline:

CANDIDATES FOR SENATE

CANDIDATES FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



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