According to financial disclosure records reviewed by DailyMail.com, the House Financial Services Committee chairwoman paid her daughter, Karen Waters, $81,650 in campaign funds.
The whole was paid in 12 installments from October 23, 2020, through June 17, 2021.
Over $212,600 in payments were broken down into 26 entries, like "slate mailer management" fees, and 'GOTV' - the acronym for a campaign's "get out the vote" efforts.
FOX News previously reported that Waters paid Karen $74,000 for this year thus far, up until September.
The revelation comes 17 years after the Los Angeles Times first announced that Waters paid her family more than $1 million for their campaign efforts, and now the Democratic representative is facing renewed calls of nepotism.
According to FOX, waters' daughter, Karen, had been working on her campaigns for decades and has been paid more than $1.1 million for her work since 2003, with $250,000 earned in only the 2020 election cycle.
On the campaigns, FOX reports, Karen, 63, would organize slate-mailing operations, an unusual practice in federal elections where a consulting company is hired to create a pamphlet that lists candidates or policy measures for each person campaigning for election and advises voters how to cast their ballots.
She would charge candidates for spots on her mother's slate mailer, the Los Angeles Times reported in 2004 and was further paid by a nonprofit organization she and her mother set up - funded in part by special interests in Washington.
Waters' son Edward Jr shared in the slate mail proceeds and occasionally worked as a consultant to campaigns Waters supported.
The Democratic representative from California maintained the payments to the Times back then, stating: "They do their business and I do mine."
"We are not bad people."
Yet now, Waters is suffering repeated criticism for the payments, with many on Twitter calling for her to be held legally accountable.
One Twitter user, Paul Young, even called for her resignation, and Lt. Steven Rogers announced: "This is how Dem/Socialists work. They take care of their own while people they represent lose jobs, pay high taxes and in many cases go homeless."
Federal regulations do not prevent candidates or members of Congress from hiring members of their family for a campaign.
According to the New York Post under Federal Election Commission regulations, salary payments to a candidates' family member unless the person is 'providing bona fide services to the campaign' are prohibited.