Daughter Of Maxine Waters To Collect Over $200K For Working On Her Mother’s 2018 Campaign

Maxine Waters’ daughter was part of her 2018 campaign, she ran a part of the congresswoman’s mailer operation. When all financial obligations are settled, she will collect over $200,000. Nice work if you can get it.

Hot Air reports:

Maxine Waters’ Daughter Doing Very Well For Herself Off Mom’s Campaign

With all the attention being paid to razor-thin vote margins in various races, you’d think there wouldn’t be much of a call to examine the candidates who won by a landslide. But one of those races is in the news this week, not because of questions about vote totals, but about money spent by the campaign. We’re talking about Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters of California’s 43rd District.

She ran up quite a few bills over the course of the campaign (as almost all elected officials do), but some scrutiny is being applied to the generous payday being collected by one of the people operating her mail distribution operations this year. That’s because the campaign worker in question is her daughter and she’s set to cash in for more money than her mother will make from her congressional salary.

From the Free Beacon:

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The daughter of Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) will collect more than $200,000 from her mother’s campaign after its debts are paid off for leading a lucrative slate mailer operation, Federal Election Commission filings show.

Remember, this is the same party that always says they want big money out of politics. Right.


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