Buzz file: Adam Hasner's financial disclosure
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Adam Hasner has no liabilities and makes a modest salary as a consultant, according to his financial disclosure.
For 2010, Hasner showed primary income from Dynamic Value ($39,551) a business consulting firm, his legislative salary ($24,872) and the Center for Security Policy, ($12,000) a think tank in Washington. He has personal checking and money market accounts.
The report shows Hasner in February last year became president and sole share holder of a consulting firm last year, Copernicus Concepts, which did work for EverFi Inc., a Washington-based education technology firm, and Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies Inc. Dynamic Value did work for HCA Physician Services.
Hasner got an extension to file his form to June 15, thought it was not available that morning when other reporters were released. Hasner rivals Mike Haridopolos and George LeMieux also got extensions and their reports are not yet available. Hasner's report shows his wife, Jillian, earned $465,000 from her consulting firm Revolution 537.
Financial disclosures for Sens. Bill Nelson and Marco Rubio are here. You'll also find LeMieux's 2010 report for his interim stint in the Senate.