BOSTON (AP) - Both candidates in the closely watched Senate race in Massachusetts have championed public disclosure - but each has limits when it comes to their own records and history.
Republican Sen. Scott Brown has faulted his Democratic rival, Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Warren, for a lack of disclosure over her claims of Native American heritage, saying she should authorize the release of her law school applications and personnel files.
Warren has criticized Brown for failing to support a Democratic bill that she said would require organizations that sponsor political ads to disclose their top funders. Brown says the bill was skewed to help Democrats.
Brown has also declined to release the names of lobbyists he's met with in his Senate offices, saying members of Congress don't typically release that information.