Representative Cori Bush will face penalties and fines for failing to file the finance report on time.
Representative Cori Bush and Her Committee Will Expect Penalties and Fines After Failing to File Second-Quarter Finance Report on Time
Following the end of the filing deadline, Representative Cori Bush and her committee will expect penalties and fines after failing to submit the finance report for the second quarter on time, leading to criticism directed towards Representative Cori Bush and her committee, who failed their job.
According to a report published in Fox News, the committee of Representative Cori Bush failed to submit the finance report, and the Federal Election Commission (FEC) confirmed that Representative Cori Bush’s committee indeed did not submit the recent reports until Monday morning when the filing deadline was set on Saturday midnight.
With Representative Cori Bush failing to submit on time, she and her committee will expect to face penalties and fines, depending on the usual penalty for failing to file a finance report, even if it involves individuals in high positions like Representative Cori Bush.
Representative Cori Bush and Her Committee Will Have to Submit Written Challenges or Pay Penalty Fines
After failing to submit a finance report on time, Representative Cori Bush and her committees are given 40 days to submit a written challenge or pay the penalty fines and FEC will later make the final decision for the failure.
The fellow representatives of Representative Cori Bush were able to file the finance reports on time, which Representative Cori Bush failed to do, Yahoo News reported.