Whatever it is, it’s apparently worth $33,400 (and counting) This morning we filed an ethics complaint with the Office of Congressional Ethics regarding the fact that Lauren is six months past due for the filing date of May 15th, 2020. The fine for past-due financial closures is $200 per day, and as Boebert did not file for an extension, she is now looking at $33,400 in fines and up to $61,000 and a year in jail.
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| Lauren still owes $20,000 in taxes to Colorado, has been taken to court multiple times for debts owed both personally and professionally, and her restaurant is losing $250,000 a year. She is willing to pay tens of thousands of dollars in fines to hide her finances from the public, and every voter and reporter in Colorado should be asking why. Boebert’s initial 2018 filing contains missing information as well, there is no mortgage listed, no rent contracts for her businesses, nor any other assets or liabilities typically associated with business ownership. Her initial filing shows Shooters Grill is losing nearly $250,000 a year, her biggest financial asset to be an Escalade, and that she and her husband have no income.|
Failure to properly file all financial assets can be fined up to $61,585 and a year in prison.
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