We try not to cover Congressman Lauren Boebert’s (R-CO) outrage du jour, but we are committed to holding her accountable — and to providing facts when she offers falsehoods. So we ended up spending a lot of time writing about Boebert and related topics. Here’s a sample of our 2023 work. We look forward to continuing to cover Boebert in her campaign to represent a new Colorado congressional district next year.
Hours after issuing an apology Friday for her conduct during a performance of ‘Beetlejuice’ in Denver, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) joked about the incident during the Las Animas County Republican Party’s Lincoln Day Dinner in Trinidad.
Grand Junction Mayor Anna Stout doesn’t get angry when people paint her Western Slope Colorado city as a hotbed of conspiracy theorists, election deniers and Jan. 6 insurrectionists.
The success of pro-abortion ballot measures in California, Michigan, Vermont, and most recently in conservative-leaning Ohio demonstrate the electoral impact of abortion on voters. In Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is facing a Republican primary and challenges from Democrats and Libertarians, all of whom have different stances on abortion.
Speaker of the House Mike Johnson (R-LA), considered the most conservative leader of the U.S. House of Representatives of the past century, owes his newfound status at least in part to his colleague from Colorado, Lauren Boebert.
The Response to Endorsing Boebert’s Opponent Has Been Positive, Say GOP Leaders in Boebert’s District
If the election to determine who represents Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District (CD3) were to be held tomorrow, Democratic candidate “Adam Frisch would win,” said Delta County Commissioner Don Suppes during an October 13 phone interview.
In its breaking story revealing that it obtained video of Boebert during the Beetlejuice performance, 9News included a portion of the Boebert groping scene, but it’s not enlarged. It flashes by so quickly you can’t tell what’s going on, and it omits the part when Boebert grabs her date. Why? 9News anchor Kyle Clark explains.
Last week, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) denied allegations that she was vaping a performance of “Beetlejuice.” Then, in response to a video showing her vaping in the theater, Boebert said she forgot that she’d vaped at the Buell that evening. See also: When Arrested Previously, Boebert told Police, ‘I Have Friends at Fox News’
U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) recently used her time away from Washington, D.C. during the U.S. Congress’ summer recess to promote various public events in her home district in Colorado’s Western Slope. But she has not just appeared locally: today the congresswoman is set to join a Republican congressional colleague for a fundraiser in his home state of Michigan.
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) criticized Adam Frisch, her Democratic opponent, running for her seat for the second time, and attacked Melvin and Hope, Frisch’s father and sister, for their history as OB-GYNs.
U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-CO) introduced House Resolution 464, “Acknowledging that unborn children are legal and constitutional persons who are entitled to the equal protection of the laws,” on Monday. The 20 co-sponsors include Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) and Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ), among others.
Congresswoman Lauren Boebert (R-CO) joined many of her Freedom Caucus colleagues in a full-blown “globalist” conspiracy press conference yesterday.
On Tuesday afternoon, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO)’s office sent out a press release that contained the following sentence: “Congresswoman Boebert is a strong advocate for rural water storage projects, and in the House FY 2023 appropriations package, she secured $229.26 million for water conservation and delivery projects and an additional $50 million for rural water projects that will help combat western drought.”
This week, a Boebert spokesperson once again offered a “no comment” on Trump’s recent promise to “never give up” on repealing the law that requires health insurance companies to cover preexisting medical conditions and allows young adults to stay on their parents’ plan until the age of 26. Affordable Care Act (ACA) benefits were also expanded and prescription drug pricing reduced by the Inflation Reduction Act, a law Boebert bitterly opposed last year.
According to Dave Williams, the leader of Colorado’s Republican Party, what happens at a theatrical production of Beetlejuice at the Buell Theater stays there … and won’t affect the next election cycle. Two professors disagree.