Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this story reported that Dairy Farmers of America owned the building where Ken Buck’s office is located. That is not true. The new version (below) identifies the correct owner. FOX31 apologizes for the error.
WINDSOR, Colo. (KDVR) — A spokesperson for U.S. Rep. Ken Buck said the landlord of their Windsor office is terminating their lease after the congressman voted against Rep. Jim Jordan’s speakership bid.
On NBC News Thursday, the congressman said, “I’ve been evicted from my office in Colorado. I have notice of an eviction because the landlord is mad with my voting record on the speaker issue.”
The property is owned by Pelican Point Business Park, LLC, according to the Weld County Assessor’s Office. Martin Lind is listed as the registered agent for that business, according to the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office.
Buck said he’s also received multiple death threats and 20,000 voicemails regarding his vote against Jordan.
A spokesperson for Buck said those threats have been reported “to the proper authorities for investigation.”