Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller said he'll back John Delaney's bid to win in sixth Congressional District -- but he'd also like to see the candidate's income tax forms.
"The fact is it is over, and people spoke," Miller said. "I'm going to support Mr. Delaney and I hope he is victorious."
Delaney thumped Miller favorite Rob Garagiola in yesterday's Democratic primary. The district was redrawn in October with Garagiola in mind, but his campaign faltered -- and never put an ad on TV.
During the hotly contested primary race, Garagiola released his income tax forms for the past 10 years. Delaney furnished a summary of his to the Washington Post.
"I would like to see him, now that the election is over, show his income taxes," Miller said. "That would be nice. We're all about disclosure and ethics, it would be nice to see if he pays less than 15 percent, less than Mitt Romney, or more."