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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

No, tax returns have nothing to do with their ability to perform their duties

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

No, I would respect them more if they did but they shouldn’t be required to

@95WMMMTfrom Quebec  answered…2mos

@95WJMYNfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

if the political candidate is suspected of bribes or criminal activity they should be required

 @93G2RP7 from Wisconsin answered…6mos

Only Incumbents or candidates that already hold government positions

@92S6KXHfrom Ontario  answered…7mos

All tax returns and holdings should be made public for people in public offices.

 @MSelvig from Wyoming answered…8mos

We should repeal the current tax system by implementing The FAIRtax; thus, eliminating tax returns.

@8ZGTMBP from Florida answered…9mos

@8Z52VVMfrom Alberta  answered…10mos

No but they should be subject to an independent audit to rule out tax evasion/fraud and a mental health review to ensure they are of sound mind.

@6HM8ZBP from New York answered…11mos

Yes, but only for the purposes of learning from where they receive their income or if they are defrauding the IRS.

@8YKGFHN from Texas answered…11mos

@8XC9PG6 from California answered…12mos

Yes, but only if there are credible accusations of fraud or illegal business practices

@8XRPZWPfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@842VWLK from Wisconsin answered…1yr

@8WQNM5V from Oklahoma answered…1yr

No, tax returns have nothing to do with their ability to perform their duties, and their income is none of our business

@8WP5BCC from Ohio answered…1yr

@89CDM9C from Kansas answered…1yr

Not publicly, but a multi partisan Congressional committee that changes every year should be privy to yearly audits. Senators and Representatives should also be subject to audits every other year. The audits should only be made public if the president or Congressperson is legally charged with wrongdoing.

@8W82FZ5 from Colorado answered…1yr

@8VWXDZSfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

@8VV2P57from Ontario  answered…1yr

No, only political leaders should be required to release their recent tax returns to the public and require a public audit each year they are in office

@8VTBF8J from Alabama answered…1yr

Instead of the candidates, how about the people already in office. As we know their salaries already, they should tell us how they achieved their new found wealth.

@8VT966Bfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VLRB84from Saskatchewan  answered…1yr

@8VJH6DQfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

yes, and make voters aware of where they get their donations from.

@8VJ6J92Conservativefrom Alberta  answered…1yr

The candidates for the political parties should absolutely show where their money’s going, to ensure the wealth stays among the citizens, not greedy politicians who are bought under the table.

@8VGSWSDfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

No, members of government should be subject to audit, candidates should have the right to privacy

@8V7LPJXfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@Steeviemacfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

No, but aspiring political candidates should undergo a financial audit as part of a vetting process.

@8TYJGN5from Ontario  answered…1yr

 @8TXVXMLfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

@8TV87RVfrom Quebec  answered…1yr

@8TJGF2Jfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes but only if there is some question about the ethics of their financial dealings

@8TF44GJ from Washington answered…1yr

No, I would respect them more if they did but they shouldn’t be required to, and tax returns have nothing to do with their ability to perform their duties

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