Report: Texas Democrat Candidate Michelle Vallejo Leaves Hundreds of Thousand of Dollars Off of Financial Disclosure Report

Report: Texas Democrat Candidate Michelle Vallejo Leaves Hundreds of Thousand of Dollars Off of Financial Disclosure Report


Texas Democrat House candidate Michelle Vallejo left hundreds of thousands of dollars off of her initial Financial Disclosure Report, which lawmakers and candidates are required to file under federal law, Roll Call reported.

According to Roll Call, Vallejo — running against Republican Monica De La Cruz in Texas’s Fifteenth Congressional District — left off more than $200,000 in assets from her initial Financial Disclosure Report in February, which she was required to affirm as “true, complete and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.”

Following questions raised by Roll Call about two contributions of $50,000 each, which she loaned her campaign earlier in 2022, Vallejo amended her report on July 28.

Under federal law — the Ethics in Government Act of 1978 (EIGA) — members, officers, certain employees, and candidates are

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