Mark Naymik at the Plain Dealer discusses Josh Mandel’s failure to file his Senate personal financial disclosure form:
Finally, Mandel should shine more light on himself. He has refused to file required personal financial information related to his bid for the U.S. Senate. It was due months ago. He makes excuses about confusing paperwork. If he wants to be taken seriously, then he must set the standard on openness.
Mandel and any other office holders have a long way to go to become models of openness. And getting there will mean stepping on some toes, which is the real test of transparency.
You can read the entire piece here.
Published: Oct 2, 2011
Last Modified: Apr 21, 2021