As if U. S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz didn’t have enough problems already with her aide being caught trying to flee the country after accusations of bank fraud.
The longtime Democratic Congresswoman kept Imran Awan on the taxpayers payroll even after being told he was suspected of a crime.
Monday, prominent attorney Carlos Reyes will file as a candidate against Wasserman Schultz.
Reyes is a legitimate candidate. But no matter how good a campaign he runs, Reyes has a very tough uphill battle.
Wasserman Schultz’s U. S. House District 23 was gerrymandered to be heavily Democratic. Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump in the district 62 to 36 percent.
Still, because Reyes is a credible and well-spoken candidate against one of the most hated figures among the Republican base, he should easily be able to finance his campaign.