Before Vega slams ‘reckless’ spending, she had $96,000 in student loans, debts erased in personal bankruptcy | New

Supervisor Yesli Vega, the Republican candidate for U.S. Congress in Virginia’s 7th District, criticized President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan and denounced “reckless” government spending in a recent TV ad. Still, Vega and her husband filed for personal bankruptcy in 2009 and had more than $96,000 in debt forgiven as part of the process, including more than $46,000 in student loans, court records show.

Vega, 37, and her husband, Rene Vega, were living in Fort Washington, Maryland, when they filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the US Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland, which was previously undisclosed .

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