Bloomington State Senator Bill Brady paid more than $37,000 in income taxes last year. Brady and his wife released their tax returns as part of his campaign for the Republican nomination for Governor. Brady's income of more than $200,000 included his salary as State Senator and profits and losses from firms in which he has investments. Brady's running mate, Maria Rodriguez and her husband paid more than three times what the Bradys paid in combined federal and state taxes. Rodriguez's income was close to half a million dollars. The releases contrast to four years ago when Brady's running mate in the general election, Jason Plummer refused to release his tax returns.
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