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John Foust Calls On Barbara Comstock To Disclose Clients

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From the Foust for Congress campaign:

Washington Post Reveals Comstock Failed to Report Clients and $85,000 in payment, “An Apparent Breach of Congressional Ethics Rules.”

 

FAIRFAX, VA —  Following a new Washington Post story revealing that Barbara Comstock failed to report at least $85,000 in payments from clients of her PR firm in an “apparent breach of congressional ethics rules,” today John Foust issued the following statement calling on Barbara Comstock to disclose all of her past clients in order to reveal any potential conflicts of interest with her work as a delegate:

 

“Barbara Comstock’s failed attempt to hide her clients is a shocking and disturbing breach of trust,” said John Foust. “While Comstock has consistently pushed a right wing agenda that is out touch with our values, this report raises new questions about what groups and interests are paying her to serve as their advocate while she was supposed to be representing us in Richmond.  The first step Comstock must take now is to immediately disclose a complete list of her past clients – including dates, compensation received, and the issue areas she worked on – so Northern Virginians can learn if any conflicts of interest have occurred.”