Republican Qualifies To Challenge “Juvenile” Boebert

The Denver Gazette reports:

U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert will face a Republican challenger in Colorado’s June primary election after state election officials announced Tuesday that state Sen. Don Coram submitted enough valid signatures on nominating petitions.

The Montrose lawmaker said he’s anxious to put up his record of delivering results for the Western Slope against what his campaign described as Boebert’s “embarrassing juvenile antics on the national stage.”

Boebert won top-line designation in the primary last week at the GOP’s 3rd Congressional District assembly in Colorado Springs, where delegates expressed overwhelming support for her in a voice vote.

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Coram, who is considered a moderate (whatever that means in today’s GOP), is a pro-weed hemp farmer.