On the final day of the fundraising quarter, Jeb Bush will reveal more than just how much money he's raised in his presidential campaign. He'll also offer the public a look into his personal finances. Bush's campaign confirmed Tuesday that the former Florida governor is poised to release 33 years of personal income tax returns, which Time reports is "a new record in American politics." Previous to Bush's upcoming release, former Sen. Bob Dole (R) held the record for his 1996 release of 30 years of tax returns.
Bush's release is intended to underscore his commitment to transparency. This will be the first time he has offered a glimpse into his finances in over a decade. Bush has since launched at least three private equity funds and joined multiple corporate boards — although he severed all official ties to them after entering the presidential race.
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