Campbell Inouye disclose financial worth
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TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 2003

The leaders of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee both earned about $150,000 last year with Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R-Colorado) reporting assets of at least $2.5 million and additional income of at least $397,000, according to financial disclosure statements reported on Tuesday

The statements don't report exact information because earnings assets and liabilities are reported as a range. According to the information, Campbell owns a business worth between $250,000 and $500,000 and a ranch worth somewhere between $1 million and $5 million.

Campbell's details, as reported by the Associated Press, were:
Earned income: $150,000.

Honoraria: None.

Major assets: Savings plan, $250,001-$500,000. Seven rental properties, $1.8 million-$3.7 million; Cattle ranch, $1 million-$5 million; Nighthorse Inc., furniture and jewelry company, $250,000-$500,000.

Major sources of unearned income: Interest on savings plan, $100,000-$1 million; Rental income, $85,007-$280,000; $30,000 from cattle ranch and $182,000 from jewelry and furniture sales.

Major liabilities: Mortgages on three properties in Colorado and one in Washington totaling $215,000-$500,000.

Gifts: None.

Campbell is a member of the National Coalition of Motorcyclists' advisory board, an honorary committee chairman for the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian, and an advisory council member for the American Indian College Fund.

Information for Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii), as reported by the AP, was:
Earned income: $150,927.

Gifts: None.

Honoraria, all donated to charity: $92.

Major assets: Stock in Central Pacific Bank, Honolulu, $500,001-$1,000,000; Bank accounts, $250,001-$500,000; certificate of deposit, $15,001-$50,000; savings bonds, $15,001-$50,000.

Major sources of unearned income: Interest $15,202-$51,000; CPB stock dividends, $5,001-$15,000.

Major liabilities: None. Inouye received a state pension worth $1,161, having served in the House and Senate when Hawaii was a territory. He received $927 in book royalties for his autobiography. He is chairman of the board of governors of the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles.

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