BOSTON (AP) — Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Edward Markey has released eight years of state and federal tax returns showing he reported his home address as 7 Townsend Street in Malden.
Markey had previously released the tax returns to reporters, but his home address had been redacted.
After Tuesday's Senate debate, Markey agreed to release the returns with the address included to counter charges from Republicans that he really lives in Maryland.
Markey has filed his tax returns separately from his wife Susan Blumenthal. The couple owns a home in Chevy Chase, Md.
They also own Markey's boyhood home in Malden.
Throughout his campaign against GOP Senate hopeful Gabriel Gomez, Republicans have said Markey really lives in Maryland and should be paying taxes there.
Markey has repeatedly said his true home is Malden.
The election is June 25.