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Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi files amended disclosure form

TALLAHASSEE —Attorney General Pam Bondi on Friday filed an amended 2010 financial disclosure form.

The move came the day after the Times/Herald reported that she failed to include personal bank accounts on her 2009 and 2010 financial disclosure forms.

The amended form shows that Bondi had accounts with a value of $6,243 at the end of 2010 and a net worth of $472,260.

The previous form listed her net worth as $472,696.

A spokeswoman for Bondi said the revised net worth accounts for credit card debt of $436.

State law requires disclosing any asset or liability valued at more than $1,000 as of Dec. 31 of the reporting year.

In a letter to the Commission on Ethics, accountant Robert Watkins said Bondi will file an amended 2009 disclosure form after receiving documentation from her banks. Watkins said the information was inadvertently omitted from the original forms.

The forms show that Bondi's biggest assets are a home worth $635,400 and a car valued at $36,000. She has $348,704 in liabilities.

Bondi earned no income in 2010. She quit her job in the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office in late 2009 to devote all of her time to running for attorney general.

As an assistant state attorney, Bondi earned about $100,000 a year, said her spokeswoman, Jennifer Meale. Bondi's salary as attorney general is $128,972.

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi files amended disclosure form 07/08/11 [Last modified: Friday, July 8, 2011 10:17pm]
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