The financial picture for Wisconsin's two U-S senators couldn't be much different.
Financial statements released to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel show that while Russ Feingold had an adjusted gross income of about 155-thousand dollars for the year, Herb Kohl earned an average of 164-thousand a week.
Kohl's adjusted gross income was eight and a-half (M) million dollars last year.
One of his assets include the Milwaukee Bucks with an estimated worth of 199 million dollars. The senator also owns a multimillion dollar horse breeding ranch near Jackson, Wyoming and other real estate. Kohl also has a blind trust of more than 50million dollars.
Feingold, on the other hand, has a net worth of about 260-thousand dollars. He lists his Middleton home as his most valuable asset.