Telegraph Herald: “Like many Iowans, my husband ran a small family business; and like many spouses, I experienced the stress and responsibility that comes with it,” Mathis said in the release. “As I speak with Iowa small business owners, I can relate to their stories of the ups and downs of business ownership. I believe we need to continue to cut the red tape for family businesses to grow and thrive. Although my husband sold his ownership in the business last year, I will take my family’s experience and that same focus to Congress where I’ll continue to fight for Iowa’s family businesses.”
Why didn’t Mathis’ statement address the fact that she repeatedly claimed to own the business?
Mathis called herself a co-owner of the business on her Senate personal financial disclosure:
Mathis said she owned the business on her Senate campaign website:
Mathis called herself the Family Owner of the business on her LinkedIn:
NRCC Comment: “Liz Mathis claimed to be a business owner because she thought it would help her politically. If she’s willing to lie about this, what else is she lying about?” – NRCC Spokesman Mike Berg