Rep. Lauren Boebert Faces Opportunity to Successfully Navigate District Changes


DENVER, CO (KDVR) – Lauren Boebert, R-D03, is relocating to the eastern plains after withdrawing from the contest for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District.

She is now campaigning to succeed Congressman Ken Buck, R-D04, who announced his intention to retire in November. In March, Boebert will face many other Republicans for the seat, including State Representative Mike Lynch, the Colorado House Minority Leader.

Jake Zambrano and Alvina Vasquez of “Colorado Point of View” are skeptical that the congresswoman from the Western Slope can win in a new district.

Democratic strategist Alvina Vasquez referred to Boebert as “a loser.

“She’s kind of giving up her district,” Vasquez observed. “Like she’s already lost that district in her mind and is now looking for a place here.” I believe she is looking for work. I’m not sure if she’s truly committed to her constituents.”

Republican strategist Jake Zambrano predicted that Boebert will lose the third congressional district.

“She couldn’t win the 3rd, so at that point she made a decision politically to ‘Where else can I go to stay a member of Congress?’ and to me that reflects her district shopping more to be able to stay a part of what she determined to be the swamp.”

Zambrano went on to say that she is a leader in the campaign because of the amount of money she has already raised.

The complete discussion may be seen on “Colorado Point of View” on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and again on Sunday at 7:30 a.m. on Channel 2.

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