Feinstein was months late disclosing a five-figure investment her husband made into a private, youth-focused polling company.Tuberville was weeks or months late in disclosing nearly 130 separate stock trades from January to May.Marshall was up to 17 months late disclosing stock trades for one of his dependent children.In May 2020, Hickenlooper was months — and in two cases, more than a year — late in disclosing five separate stock trades for himself or his wife that, taken together, are worth between $565,000 and $1.3 million, nonprofit news organization Sludge reported.Then, in June, Hickenlooper failed to disclose purchases of varying classes of stock from by his wife. They include shares of Liberty Media Corporation, Qurate Retail, and Liberty Broadband Corporation in 2021 and early 2022. The stocks were valued between $516,006 and $1.2 million. Hickenlooper was also late in reporting that his wife sold between $130,004 and $300,000 worth of stock in Liberty Media Corporation and Liberty Broadband Corporation from March 2022. Paul was 16 months late in disclosing that his wife bought stock in a biopharmaceutical company that manufactures an antiviral COVID-19 treatment, the Washington Post reported.Whitehouse was a couple days late disclosing January 2022 purchases of Target Corporation and Tesla Inc. stock, each valued at between $15,001 and $50,000.Carper was about four months late disclosing his wife's sale of stock in a gold mining company.Lummis was several days late reporting a purchase in August of up to $100,000 in bitcoin, CNBC reported.Peters was months late disclosing a purchase of up to $15,000 worth of stock in FS KKR Capital Corp., which manages business development companies, nonprofit news organization Sludge reported.Kelly, a retired astronaut, failed to disclose on time his exercising of a stock option on an investment in a company that's developing a supersonic passenger aircraft, Fox Business reported. Malinowski failed to disclose dozens of stock trades made during 2020 and early 2021, doing so only after questions from Insider.The independent Office of Congressional Ethics, in part citing Insider's reporting, found substantial reason to believe that Malinowski violated federal rules or laws designed to promote transparency and defend against conflicts. It voted 5-1 to refer its findings to the Democrat-led House Committee on Ethics, which confirmed on October 21 that it will continue reviewing the matter.Fallon was months late disclosing dozens of stock trades during early- and mid-2021 that together are worth as much as $17.53 million. Fallon was late again in December 2021 disclosing stock trades.Harshbarger failed to properly disclose more than 700 stock trades that together are worth as much as $10.9 million.Lee failed to properly disclose more than 200 stock trades between early-2020 and mid-2021. Together, the trades are worth as much as $3.3 million.Cawthorn was months late in May 2022 when disclosing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of purchases and sales of two cryptocurrencies: ethereum and Let's Go Brandon Coin, the latter referencing an anti-Joe Bien slogan.Then, in June 2022, he was again months late in disclosing two-dozen additional cryptocurrency trades. Clark, one of the highest-ranking Democrats in the House, was several weeks late in disclosing 19 of her husband's stock transactions. Together, the trades are worth as much as $285,000. She has since stopped trading stocks.Moore in early- to mid-2021 did not properly disclose dozens of stock and stock-option trades together worth as much as $1.1 million. He was late again disclosing trades made in August.Raskin failed to disclose on three annual congressional financial reports that his wife, Sarah Bloom Raskin, held stock in Reserve Trust. He then didn't disclose that she sold the stock, valued at $1.5 million, until months after a federal deadline for doing so. In early 2022, Raskin explained that sale disclosure delay occurred following his son's death.Then, in June 2022, Raskin was again late disclosing stock trades. This time, it involved an exchange of stocks his wife received when I(X) Investments merged with Net Zero — a trade valued at between $250,001 and $500,000. Sherrill was months late disclosing two sales of vested stock her husband earned as part of his employment. The trades were worth up to $350,000 and Sherrill paid a $400 late fee. Brooks, who is running for US Senate, failed to properly disclose a sale of Pfizer stock worth up to $50,000.Crenshaw was months late disclosing several stock trades he made in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Daily Beast reported.Manning and her husband were late — sometimes by months — disclosing several dozen stock trades made in 2021 that together were worth up to $1.25 million, according to nonprofit news organization Sludge.Hern did not disclose nearly two-dozen stock trades in a timely manner, in violation of the STOCK Act. Taken together, the trades are worth as much as $2.7 million.Wasserman Schultz was months late reporting four stock trades made either for herself or her child.Guest was more than eight months late disclosing trades in the stock of two oil companies held by a family trust benefitting his wife.Maloney was months late in disclosing he sold eight stocks he inherited in mid-2020 when his mother died.Mast was late disclosing that he had purchased up to $100,000 in stock in an aerospace company. The president of the company had just testified before a congressional subcommittee on which Mast sits.Trahan was months late disclosing the sale of stock shares in a software company.Rutherford failed to properly disclose five individual stock transactions he made in late 2020.Schneider was about two months late disclosing two stock trades involving a pet insurance company.Trone was months late reporting several stocks and structured notes that together are worth well into the hundreds of thousands of dollars.Sessions was a month late in reporting a purchase of stock in Amazon.com he made during August 2021. Separately, in early 2022, Sessions was late disclosing seven trades he made in late 2021. Sessions has been an outspoken advocate of allowing members of Congress to trade individual stocks.Meuser was about one year late disclosing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of stock purchases his wife and children made during March 2020, LegiStorm reported.Castor was late disclosing the purchase of tens of thousands of dollars worth of stock shares throughout 2021.Salazar was weeks late disclosing a health care compnay stock share exchange valued at between $250,001 and $500,000.Pascrell was overdue reporting stock trades he made in December 2019 in General Electric and in August 2019 in pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson.Pfluger was several months late disclosing numerous stock purchases or sales made in January or March either by himself or by his wife.Higgins was about 11 months late disclosing three stock trades he made in late 2020.Bustos was months late in disclosing that she had sold up to $150,000 worth of stocks in March.Chabot was months late disclosing a stock share exchange he held in early 2021.Spartz was two weeks late disclosing a purchase of up to $50,000 worth of stock in a commercial real-estate firm.Allen, a four-term Republican who represents a large southeastern region of Georgia, appears to have improperly disclosed the purchases and sales of several stocks during 2019 and 2020.Schrier was more than two months late disclosing that her husband purchased up to $1 million in Apple Inc. stock, Sludge and Forbes reported. Schrier's office told Insider that the congresswoman was initially unaware of the transaction.Schrader failed to disclose two stock trades from December 2021 on time.Kelly was more than seven weeks late reporting a stock purchase made by his wife.Jacobs was months late filing various transactions made throughout early- to mid-2021, Forbes reported.Scott was months late in disclosing a pair of stock sales from December 2020, Forbes reported. NPR also reported several other late transactions, as first identified by the nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center.Scott, a Republican from Georgia, was a week late reporting a handful of transactions conducted by his spouse.Perlmutter ran a few days late in filing disclosures for as much as $30,000 in stock trades his wife made in June.Evans in December 2021 failed to properly disclose a sale of up to $15,000 worth of stock in American Electric Power Co. Inc. Suozzi failed to file required reports on about 300 financial transactions, NPR reported, citing research from the Campaign Legal Center. In March 2022, Suozzi disclosed more than 30 stock trades months or years past a federal deadline, Insider reported. In May 2022, he disclosed 10 more stock trades weeks past the federal deadline for doing so.Davidson didn't properly disclose the sale of stock worth up to $100,000, reported NPR, citing Campaign Legal Center research.Gooden failed to file mandatory periodic transaction reports for a dozen stock transactions, per the STOCK Act, reported NPR, citing Campaign Legal Center research. Gooden's office disputed to the Dallas Morning News that the lawmaker did anything wrong.Fleischmann, a Republican from Tennessee, was late in disclosing a pair of stock transactions together worth up to $30,000.In December 2021, Burgess failed to disclose on time the sale of 100 stock shares in health insurer Cigna Corp. During 2019 and 2020, Axne didn't file required periodic transaction reports for more than three-dozen trades, reported NPR, citing research by the Campaign Legal Center.San Nicolas did not properly disclose two trades — one in 2019 and another in 2020, reported NPR, citing Campaign Legal Center research.Welch, an outspoken environmentalist, was late disclosing the sale of his wife's ExxonMobil stock. In December, Welch's office told Insider that the congressman and his wife would both stop trading individual stocks.Banks was a week late reporting a handful of stock transactions.Garcia was late disclosing several stock trades he made in mid-2020, as first reported by the American Independent.Wittman was a few days late in disclosing four of his stock transactions that included pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson.Lowenthal was late disclosing his wife's purchase of a corporate bond in cloud computing and technology company VMWare, worth between $15,001 and $50,000, Forbes reported. We have no comment, Lowenthal spokesman Keith Higginbotham told Insider on November 18.Hagedorn was more than three months late disclosing the sale of stock in a company that makes colon cancer-screening products. Hagedorn died in February 2022.Williams did not properly report three stock transactions his wife made in 2019, reported NPR, citing Campaign Legal Center research.