Idaho gubernatorial candidate Tommy Ahlquist has voluntarily released his economic assets, fulfilling a campaign promise under the political newcomer’s recently released ethics reform plan.
Ahlquist, a Republican, disclosed Thursday his sources of personal income, investments worth $5,000 or more and various board memberships.
According to the information provided by the campaign, Ahlquist’s salary comes from Gardner Company – a Boise-based development company where he serves as chief operating officer. He also reported ownership in 25 businesses, 24 sources of income greater than $5,000 and 26 investments worth more than $5,000.
Idaho is one of two states do not require candidates or its governor to release personal financial information.
U.S. Rep. Raul Labrador and Lt. Gov. Brad Little – who are also running for the open governor’s seat in 2018 – did not immediately respond to comments if they will voluntarily disclose their economic assets.