Arnold-Jones releases taxes, But Millionaire Pearce still hiding his shady business dealings & elite tax breaks from voters

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Arnold-Jones releases taxes, But Millionaire Pearce still hiding his shady business dealings & elite tax breaks from voters

On Tuesday, after four months of stalling and dozens of calls for Steve Pearce to release his tax returns, the message finally sank in… but for the wrong candidate.

The Albuquerque Journal reported: “Republican congressional candidate Janice Arnold-Jones released her state and federal tax returns on Tuesday“

Janice Arnold Jones‚ÄĒmaybe seeking to salvage something from her racism-tainted campaign, whose lowlights include fundraising off¬†an appearance by racist former felon Dinesh D‚ÄôSouza¬†and¬†questioning Deb Haaland‚Äôs Native American identity¬†because, of all things, she was raised in a military family‚ÄĒreleased her tax returns on Tuesday.

Steve Pearce has yet to release any tax returns, leaving New Mexico voters completely in the dark as to what shell corporations and potential tax dodges he’s concealing from public scrutiny. Just six days remain before New Mexicans go to the polls and Pearce continues to hide the truth from them.

‚ÄúTake a hint, Steve. If even Janice Arnold-Jones‚Äô racist, flailing campaign can figure out how to get her tax returns out before voting starts, you owe New Mexicans at least that level of transparency. It‚Äôs time to come clean.‚ÄĚ said¬†Marg Elliston, Chair of the Democratic Party of New Mexico.

The Albuquerque Journal reported this week: ‚ÄúPearce‚Äôs assets in 2017 were valued at between $7.5 million and more than $36 million, based on the financial disclosure report he filed earlier this year as a member of Congress. He reported holdings in several companies, including a Hobbs-based firm that rents party equipment, such as tables and chairs.‚ÄĚ

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