Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., knows a thing or two about not following rules that apply to her.
According to the FEC, "When candidates use their personal funds for campaign purposes, they are making contributions to their campaigns.
The far-right lawmaker brazenly declared in February that she "under-reports" her expenses, stating, "They want to come against me for legitimate expenses, go ahead.
In the maze of FEC filings, seemingly obvious expenses the campaign incurred were not included in those disbursements.
It's a safe assumption that those domains were purchased, but no campaign payments relating to website purchases or website design were registered with the FEC.
The campaign didn't file any record with the FEC that Salon could find for that graphic design creation.
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