Utah Senate candidate Romney releases taxes, earned $83 million over 3 years
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Republican Senate candidate Mitt Romney’s tax returns show he and his wife earned over $83 million from 2015 to 2017.
The couple’s combined gross income was $22.3 million last year, slightly above their earnings in 2016 but less than the $41.5 million they reported in 2015.
MJ Henshaw, Romney’s spokesman, said the former presidential nominee is fulfilling a campaign promise to release his taxes.
The tax returns also show Romney gave $11.1 million in charitable donations over the three-year span and paid $18.1 million in federal taxes.
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