Marina Zimmerman, whose defeat in April at the Colorado Republican assembly meant her name would not appear on the June 28 GOP primary next to controversial U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, is still on the ballot as a write-in candidate in the Nov. 8 general election.
Former CU Scholar Eastman Says His Lawsuit Won’t Affect This Year’s Open Primaries
Appearing on conservative talk radio station KLZ 56O-AM on Friday with host Kim Monson, former Trump attorney John Eastman said that the lawsuit he expects to file for the Colorado Republican Party against the state of Colorado to challenge the state’s open primary law will not impact this year’s primary elections, so unaffiliated voters can join Republicans in selecting the GOP nominees for November’s general election.
Boebert’s GOP Primary Opponent Says Voters ‘Exhausted by Lies, Deceit and Hatefulness’
U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert’s (R-CO) GOP primary challenger, Marina Zimmerman, said voters are “exhausted by [Boebert’s] lies, deceit and hatefulness” after a Thanksgiving week of slurs and scandal.
GOP Primary Opponent Says Boebert Still Vulnerable to ‘Silent Majority’ in Even-Redder CD3
EAGLEVAIL, Colo. — Marina Zimmerman, a member of the GOP running to unseat right-wing Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert in the June 28 Colorado primary, says there’s a “silent majority” in her party inclined to put someone other than Boebert on the ticket.