Donors to Rep. Rob Andrews’ campaigns likely have no idea that the congressman is treating his campaign account like a personal piggy bank.
The Garden State Democrat got caught spending campaign funds on perks like a family trip to Scotland, travel to Tinseltown with his daughter, and even a high school graduation party.
Rep. Andrews has also earmarked more than $1.5 million for Rutgers University School of Law, his wife’s employer.
- Thirteen-term member of Congress representing New Jersey’s 1st district
- Used campaign funds on personal perks and privileges for his family, and earmarked more than $1.5 million for his wife’s employer
- Under investigation by the House Ethics Committee
- Previously named to CREW’s Most Corrupt in 2012
- One of two members of Congress from New Jersey named to CREW’s Most Corrupt
- Appeared in CREW’s Family Affair exposé