Rep. George Santos (R-NY) filed paperwork for a re-election bid on Tuesday, signaling the controversial Republican will fight for another term in office as he faces an ethics investigation and calls to resign from within his own party.
Santos has already raised more than $5,000, meaning he had to file for re-election with the Federal Election Commission by the deadline on Tuesday, but the filing does not mean Santos must run in 2024. The freshman congressman has been embroiled in scandals even before being sworn into office in early January.
The House Ethics Committee launched an investigation into Santos earlier this month after he made numerous false statements about his past and allegedly engaged in unlawful activity during his 2022 campaign. Santos allegedly “failed to properly disclose
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