FEC Takes Note of Republican Rep. Boebert’s Misuse of Campaign Funds for Personal Expenses

New filings with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) reveal that Republican U.S Rep. Lauren Boebert used campaign funds in paying her utility and rent bills. Although Boebert filed a subsequent report to the FEC last Tuesday showing the Congresswoman replaced the $6,650 worth of campaign spent for personal bills it does not change the fact […]

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