hasn't had much experience in her own backyard for two years, yet she's already made a lot out of herself. Don Coram, an old school Republican, will officially face off against Boebert in June, after obtaining enough signatures to take on the ballot. His message is to restore dignity to the congressional seat that Boebert has smeared with her "embarrassing juvenile antics on the national stage."
Naturally, Boebert's campaign has already begun ridiculed off her opponent as she continues to serve in Congress alongside her QAnon partner in criminal justice.
"Don Coram is a corrupt liberal who joins up with Democrats every chance he gets," she said of her campaign. "Corrupt Coram will be sluggishly defeated in the Republican primary because Congresswoman Lauren Boebert is the only conservative in this race."
Coram isn't taking Boebert's actions down. "I look forward to setting the record straight on the lies Lauren Boebert and her supporters have peddled," the Gazette said. "I will make the case to primary voters about why I am the most qualified candidate to represent them and their families."
Coram, however, is facing an uphill battle. Despite her repeated scandals, Boebert gained the "overwhelming support" of the GOP's 3rd Congressional District assembly in Colorado Springs last week. It's apparent that the GOP party in Colorado does not care when their opponents talk about his dead son and/or have no clue.