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Rep.-elect Maxwell Alejandro Frost of Florida denied by D.C. apartment

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Maxwell Frost made history last month as the first member of Gen Z to be elected to the U.S. Congress.  

That didn’t help him get an apartment in the nation’s capital though. 

Frost, who was elected in November to represent Florida’s 10th congressional district in the House, tweeted on Thursday that he applied to an apartment in Washington, D.C., including paying an application fee, before he was denied.  

“Just applied to an apartment in DC where I told the guy that my credit was really bad. He said I’d be fine. Got denied, lost the apartment, and the application fee. This ain’t meant for people who don’t already have money.” Frost tweeted.  

“For those asking, I have bad credit cause I ran up a lot of debt running for Congress for a year and a half. Didn’t make enough money from Uber itself to pay for my living,” he added.

Frost was open about driving for Uber to make ends meet during his campaign.  

USA TODAY has reached out to Frost’s campaign for more information.  

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