Arkansas Treasurer Larry Walser has amended his 2023 Annual Financial Disclosure Report to state that the State Treasurer’s Foundation paid $1,887.72 in travel-related expenses for the August 28-31 conference. reported.
The foundation hosted a national conference and economic summit in Plano, Texas, from Aug. 28 to 31, according to its website.
In his first financial disclosure report for 2023, filed on Jan. 30, Walther said the National Treasurer’s Foundation paid $1,887.72 for the Aug. 28-31 meeting; reported paying $1,348.76 in conference expenses.
According to the foundation’s website, its mission is to promote fiscally responsible public policy, partner with key stakeholders, and educate the American public about the role of responsible fiscal management in a free market economy. It is said that it is a thing.
“This was simply a reporting error. We discovered it within 15 minutes and attempted to correct it with an SOS,” state Treasury spokeswoman Heather McKim said in a written statement Wednesday. [Secretary of State]However, I accidentally scanned both pages. ”
In August, Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders appointed Walser, then the state Treasurer and Administrator, in January 2025 to fill the vacancy created by the July 26 death of then-Treasurer Mark Lowery. Appointed to the moon.
The state treasurer will be elected in the Nov. 5 general election and will serve the final two years of Lowry’s four-year term, which was elected in November 2022.
Correction: Mr. Walther has amended its 2023 Annual Financial Disclosure Report. A previous version of this article incorrectly stated the year of publication of the report.