Sen. Elizabeth Warren and her husband Bruce Mann took in nearly $1 million in 2017.
In 2017, Warren and Mann earned an adjusted gross income of $913,442. The couple, who live in Cambridge, jointly filed their tax returns.
Warren’s re-election campaign on Wednesday released her tax returns, with documents going back 10 years.
From her books, Warren, a Harvard University professor whose students included Congressman Joe Kennedy III and Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu, made $430,379 in gross income.
In 2017, she published “This Fight Is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America’s Middle Class.” She has also written “A Fighting Chance” and co-written “The Two-Income Trap” and “All Your Worth: The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan.”
According to the 2017 tax documents, Mann and Warren gave $81,858 to charity.
A Democrat, Warren is running for a second six-year term; she is slated to face a GOP challenger in November 2018. State Rep. Geoff Diehl, former Mitt Romney aide Beth Lindstrom and Winchester businessman John Kingston are facing off in a Sept. 4 primary for the chance to take on Warren in November.
Warren is frequently mentioned among political pundits as a potential 2020 contender.
The joint 2017 return is available below. Ten years’ worth of tax returns, going back to 2008, are available at the link here.
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