Ethics Watchdog Calls for Probe into House Democrat Elaine Luria for not Disclosing Corporate Ties

Ethics Watchdog Calls for Probe into House Democrat Elaine Luria for not Disclosing Corporate Ties


The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT), a non-partisan ethics watchdog organization, demanded an investigation into Rep. Elaine Luria (D-VA) “for failing to disclose past corporate positions on her Financial Disclosure Statements.”

The watchdog filed a complaint with the Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE) asking for a probe into the congresswoman after “Evidence shows Rep. Elaine Luria violated federal law requiring House Members to disclose association with organizations and finances.” The watchdog stated in the complaint that “Federal law and House ethics rules require House candidates and Members to publicly disclose information about their associations with organizations and finances.”

House ethics guidelines stated that candidates and congressional members must report the position without exception:

Annual filers, new Members, second-year candidates, and termination filers must report positions held

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