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First Gen Z member elected to Congress whines about being denied a rental application due to his poor credit

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The Generation Z member who was elected first complained that his application for a rental agreement was denied due to his poor credit rating.

Maxwell Alejandro Frost, a community organizer, won a U.S. House Seat for Florida but is having difficulty finding a rental property in Washington, D.C.

“I just applied for an apartment in DC. I told him my bad credit score. He said I’d be fine. Frost tweeted Frost, “I was denied and I lost my apartment and the application fee.”

“This ain’t meant for people who don’t already have money,” he added.

The average annual salary for members of the House is $174,000 Rent.com shows that the average rent in D.C. for a one-bedroom apartment is $2435.

Frost continued to explain that he was unable to pay his bills due the expenses he incurred during his campaign for Congress.

“Didn’t make enough money from…



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