WASHINGTON — Some members of Oklahoma’s congressional delegation made more money outside of Congress last year than they received from their government salaries.
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Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Muskogee
million to $5.1
Partners, an oil
and gas partnership.
•Major holdings: Numerous stocks and funds; retirement account; partnership in Pinnacle Income Partners, an oil and gas partnership.
•Income from dividends, capital gains, dividends, interest, rent: $96,600 to $299,300; income from Pinnacle Income Partners: $59,029; income loss from medical practice: $4,083; income from diagnostic imaging company: $1,600; income loss from Professional Building Partnership: $3,610.
•Trips funded by outside groups: None.
Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Tulsa
million to $10.7
Interest in real
stocks held in
•Liabilities: $100,000 to $250,000.
•Income from dividends, capital gains, interest, rent, royalties, other: $175,300 to $463,500.
Rep. James Lankford, R-Oklahoma City
interest and dividends: $5 to $1,000; income from guest
•Trips: Jan. 27-29, Los Angeles, sponsored by Heritage Foundation; Aug. 20-28, Israel, sponsored by American Israel Education
Rep. Tom Cole, R-Moore
in Oklahoma City)
and Strategic Communications in Moore; numerous mutual funds, retirement accounts and stocks.
•Income from dividends, capital gains, interest: $91,100 to $223,800; income from management fee from Cole, Hargrave, Snodgrass and Associates, $20,000.
•Trips: Feb. 22-27, Puerto Rico, sponsored by the Aspen Institute; Sept. 24-30, Spain, sponsored by the Aspen Institute.
Rep. Frank Lucas, R-Cheyenne
mortgage valued at $100,000 to $250,000 that was released when 508 acres of farmland in Roger Mills County sold in October).
•Income from dividends, capital gains, interest, royalties, gross farm income: $215,000 to $2 million (Note: includes capital gains valued between $250,000 and $500,000 from sale of 508 acres of farmland in Roger Mills County).
•Trips: Oct. 16-21, Panama, sponsored by Franklin Group for Global Policy Exchange; March 3-4, Tampa, Fla., sponsored by Commodity Classic; Feb. 23-28, Germany, sponsored by the German Marshall Fund of the United States.
Rep. John Sullivan, R-Tulsa
Rep. Dan Boren, D-Muskogee, was granted an extension to file his report.