Maxine Waters’ Daughter Received $1.1 Million From Campaigns

Federal Election Commission filings show that Karen Waters received $250,000 from her mother’s campaign in the recent election cycle, totalling over $1.1 million for her services to Rep. Maxine Waters since 2003.

Karen Waters was in-charge of slate-mailing operations, her mother, Rep. Waters was reportedly the only federal politician to use a slate-mailer operation during the 2020 general election.

Campaigns payments made to Karen Waters. (FEC)

In 2004 the Los Angeles Times reported that Rep. Waters’s family members earned more than $1 million in the past eight years doing business with candidates, companies and causes she helped.

Waters’s daughter and son pocketed fees from campaigns endorsed by the congresswoman, and her husband worked for a bond underwriting firm that received government business from her political allies, the newspaper reported.

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