Democratic congressional candidate Dave Koller disclosed only his annual income in mandatory federal personal financial disclosure statements, as he campaigns against Republican U.S. Rep. Dan Webster in Florida’s 11th Congressional District.

Webster, a three-term incumbent in Florida’s 10th Congressional District, switched to CD 11 after redistricting last year, He disclosed assets chiefly limited to his Winter Garden home, his air conditioning business and his bank accounts, totaling somewhere between $419,000 and $960,000.

Webster reported no liabilities.

The only income he reported was a $13,000 consulting fee paid to him by his company, Webster Air Conditioning and Heating Inc. He also draws a congressional salary of $174,000.

Koller reported only the salary he’s paid by his company, Developmental Service Trainers, which was $100,000 last year. He reported no having no assets, no liabilities and no other positions or income. He told his finances are simple, adding, “Everything I disclosed is pretty much what I have.”

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