Office of Congressional Ethics

Boebert adds Uber rides, hotel stays to campaign finance details

BY: - February 23, 2021

WASHINGTON — Facing ethics complaints after reports of questionable mileage claims, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert’s congressional campaign has disclosed for the first time that it repaid the candidate for several Uber trips and thousands of dollars in hotel stays. Yet the amended filings raise more questions about the Boebert campaign’s recordkeeping. The firebrand Republican’s campaign […]

Formal ethics complaint calls Boebert mileage reimbursement ‘exorbitant’

BY: - February 4, 2021

A nonpartisan ethics watchdog group, Accountable.US, submitted a formal request to the Office of Congressional Ethics on Thursday asking for an investigation into what it called “exorbitant” mileage disbursements to Rep. Lauren Boebert from her campaign. Boebert’s campaign finances came under scrutiny this week when The Denver Post reported on reimbursements she made to herself, […]