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DEFENDING

THE 3RD

CONGRESSIONAL

Rural Colorado United is taking the fight to Congressional candidate Lauren Boebert and her extremist agenda. 

When so many Coloradans are suffering and crying out for solutions, we know we cannot put our future in Lauren's hands. 

Please join us today.

WE ASKED PUEBLO BUSINESS LEADERS, VETERANS, AND EDUCATORS WHAT THEY THOUGHT ABOUT LAUREN'S RECORD.

THEY'VE GOT SOMETHING

THEY'D LIKE TO ASK YOU.

RURAL COLORADO UNITED BREAKS THE STORY ON LAUREN'S LIES

In a September press release, Rural Colorado United laid bare a series of fabrications in Lauren Boebert's origin story, as she's told it in numerous interviews and during the GOP primary:

  • No one was murdered behind her Rifle, CO restaurant, prompting staff to arm themselves. Instead, a man died of a drug overdose.

  • Lauren's mother was not, in fact, a registered Democrat dependent on some mythic dole when she was growing up. Her mother registered as a Republican in 2001 and changed to an unaffiliated in 2013. Only in 2020 - when Lauren ran for office - did her mother change her registration back to Republican. In 2006, Lauren herself registered as a Democrat.

  • Lauren told voters that she'd earned a GED after dropping out of High School. It was revealed that she actually earned that GED in the spring of this year when she was running for office

The depth of Lauren's lawbreaking also came to light, with past citations and charges including: 

  • Reckless driving citations in three counties, including tailgating, speeding, and multiple citations for failure to use child safety restraints

  • Interfering with police custody of underage drinkers at Country Jam, where Lauren encouraged minors to flee custody and threatened deputies with her connections at Fox News 

  • Eight tax liens against her Rifle, CO restaurant

  • Allowing pit bulls to remain at large without licensing

  • A foreclosure eviction and a civil case filed by Capital One Bank

  • Failure to appear in court

  • Citations at her Rifle, CO restaurant including potentially hazardous food storage, poor hand-washing practice, and failure to observe county or state licenses  - in addition to poisoning up to 80 people with unsafe pork products at a Rifle rodeo through her other food business

sEE THE GRAND JUNCTION

DAILY SENTINEL COVERAGE HERE

 

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Rural Colorado United

P.O. Box 19834

Colorado City, CO 81019

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