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Thursday, August 15, 2013

Corbett, Krancer Fail To Disclose Vacation Homes

Corbett, Krancer Fail To Disclose Vacation Homes

August 13, 2013
By Marie Cusick
State Impact

Governor Corbett bought a $265,000 vacation home in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina last year.

Governor Corbett has failed to list an out-of-state vacation home he bought last year on his annual financial disclosure form.

The governor and his wife, First Lady Susan Corbett spent $265,000 last year on a condo at a beachfront resort community in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

Public records show the deed and mortgage documents were filed December 5, 2012, but the governor did not list it in his annual Code of Conduct statement of financial interest.  Read more...

Former Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Michael Krancer also failed to list a $1 million home he bought last year in the ski resort town of Stowe, Vermont.

On Krancer’s financial disclosure form, he doesn’t list any real estate interests, but public deed records filed with the town of Stowe show he and his wife bought the home in December 2012. Read more....

5 comments :

Anonymous said...

I don't care if they reprted it or not but it sounds like we arepaying these two way way to much.

Anonymous said...

The Governor's office harasses the hell out of state employees over their "Code of Conduct" information...looks like once again, he's got some kind of nerve...this clown needs to be voted out of office!

Anonymous said...

amazing, who cares what they own? Most politicians come from old family money or their spouse! I believe through the years there have been thousands with the same claim and what happens? Nothing! Quit wasting tax payer $$$$ to set up a campaign plan.

Anonymous said...

If someone has the means to purchase an expensive vacation home, well, good for them. However, the purpose of truthful disclosure is that, since unlike NASCAR drivers who wear their sponsors labels on their work clothes, politicians should be disclosing financial interests so their constituents know what might be influencing them. If they neglected to list these personal interests, what other "interests" did they neglect to report?

Anonymous said...

most politicians get wealthy by kick backs and other illegal money, property and other things