Washington (AP) -- An adviser to Mitt Romney says the Republican Presidential Candidate is expected to report financial assets between $190 million and $250 million.
Romney, who made his fortune as a management consultant, has received permission from the Federal Election Commission to delay the official filing of his financial disclosure documents for 45 days beyond a May 15th deadline.
Aides to Romney say the campaign requested the extension because financial consultants needed time to compile information about his assets that was still incomplete.
An adviser also says Romney has a blind trust for his children and grandchildren that is estimated to hold assets between $70 million and $100 million dollars.
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