By the numbers: Oklahoma congressional delegation's assets

Oklahoman Published: June 2, 2013
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By the Numbers

Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Muskogee

Assets: $1.9 million to $5.4 million.

Major holdings: Numerous stocks and funds; interest in

Professional Building Partnership and Pinnacle Income Partners, an oil and gas partnership.

Liabilities: None.

Income: $107,000 to $313,000 from interest, dividends, capital gains and rent; $971 from Professional Building Partnership; loss of $1,522 from medical practice; loss of $1,000 from Muskogee Diagnostic Imaging; $19,949 from Pinnacle Income Partners.

Trips funded by outside groups: None.

Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Tulsa

Assets: $2.5 million to $5.7 million.

Major holdings: Securities in a blind trust; Padre Co. (real estate and aircraft); Washington, D.C. apartment, Tulsa Abstract and Title Co. Also, two office buildings in Tulsa and Owasso with combined assessed value of $1.8 million.

Liabilities: Mortgage between $100,000 and $250,000.

Income: $130,340 to $303,800 from interest, dividends, rent and capital gains; $288,000 from rental buildings.

Trips funded by outside groups: None.

Rep. Tom Cole, R-Moore

Assets: $2.4 million to $6.1 million.

Major holdings: Stock in Cole, Hargrave, Snodgrass and Associates (political consulting firm) and Strategic Communications; land; money market and stock funds; retirement accounts.

Liabilities: None.

Income: Management fee of $20,000 from Cole, Hargrave, Snodgrass and Associates; $209,600 to $1.3 million in dividends, interest, capital gains.


by Chris Casteel
Washington Bureau
Chris Casteel began working for The Oklahoman's Norman bureau in 1982 while a student at the University of Oklahoma. After covering the police beat, federal courts and the state Legislature in Oklahoma City, he moved to Washington in 1990, where...
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