U.S. Senators Report their Worth

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New financial reports show that Colorado Senator Wayne Allard is worth up to $1.2 million.

Financial reports for US senators for 2002 were released on Friday---three days before House member reports become available. The reports list assets and income within broad ranges.

The reports say Allard and his wife Joan each has up to $250,000 in interest-bearing accounts, a Washington townhouse worth up to $250,000 and a condominium in Estes Park worth up to $500,000.

Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell also reported a savings plan worth up to $500,000, seven rental properties worth up to $3.7 million dollars, a cattle ranch worth up to $5 million and a furniture and jewelry company.