Kerry Campaign Contributions Lack Disclosure

Just noticed something interesting when comparing Kerry’s campaign contributions against President Bush’s over at The OpenSecrets folks track the “quality of disclosure” associated with campaign contributions, described as follows:
“BEST EFFORTS” RULES: When making solicitations, candidates, PACs and party committees must make “best efforts” to obtain and report the name, address, occupation and employer of each contributor who gives more than $200 in a calendar year. In order to show that the committee has made “best efforts,” solicitations must specifically request that information and inform contributors that the committee is required by law to use its best efforts to collect and report it.
Most members of Congress fully identify the great majority of their donors’ occupations and employers