By The Hill Staff - 09/05/11 09:30 AM EDT
The Republican senator, up for reelection in 2012, still remains one of the richest members of Congress.
Isakson saw his wealth tick up slightly last year —from $6.4 million in 2009 to $6.5 million in 2010. Isakson has significant holdings in brand-name companies like Starbucks, IBM and Visa, but some of the senator’s biggest investments are in farmland and real estate. Isakson has a $500,000 holding in farmland in Marietta, Ga., as well as 12 acres of land in Georgia’s Raoun County worth at least $1 million. In addition, the senator has a Washington condo on Massachusetts Avenue worth at least $250,000.
For his one liability, Isakson has a home equity loan with Wells Fargo Bank for at least $15,000.