Just pretty standard Republican hypocrisy on display. Nothing to see here, now move along.
Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley has frequently railed against “coastal elites” in speeches. Last year, he sponsored legislation that would relocate thousands of federal workers from Washington to economically distressed areas in the heartland.
But a review of property records shows that the first-term Republican is no longer a Missouri homeowner and that he is registered to vote at his sister’s home in Ozark, Missouri, while he is in-between homes in the state.
Hawley owns a $1.3 million house in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C., where he spends most of his time with his wife, Erin Hawley, and their three children.
Hawley’s parents, Ronald and Virginia Hawley, purchased a lot in Christian County, Missouri, in October of 2019 and added him to the deed, according to property records. But a house on the property is still under construction and Hawley isn’t residing there.
Instead, he has claimed his sister Lesley Hawley’s address in the same county as his home address and used it to vote in the 2020 election.
A man used address he doesn’t live at to vote in the presidential election, and won’t answer questions the registration.
The man is a United States senator, Republican of Missouri.https://t.co/nLtTVaLhX1
— Edward-Isaac Dovere (@IsaacDovere) November 19, 2020
Hawley "is no longer a Missouri homeowner and ... is registered to vote at his sister’s home in Ozark, Missouri ...
Hawley owns a $1.3 million house in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C., where he spends most of his time"
— Fiddler (@cFidd) November 18, 2020
Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley, who rails against 'coastal elites,' owns a $1.3 mil house in the Northern Virginia suburbs of D.C., where he spends most of his time. He's registered to
vote at his sister’s home in Ozark, Missouri and used it to vote this year. https://t.co/F9FLfjbQN4
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) November 19, 2020