Politics

Chart: Presidential Candidates' Tax Returns

Republican candidate Donald Trump breaks from a 40-year tradition

Republican candidate Donald Trump at Wednesday's debate in Las Vegas. (Photo By Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

President Richard Nixon released four years of tax returns in 1973 to quell accusations that he was evading taxes. Since then, every candidate for president, except Donald Trump, has released some tax information, ranging from Gerald Ford's summary document to 30 years of Bob Dole's returns.

See how many years of tax information candidates have released before each presidential election:

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