Lauren Boebert’s Primary Challenger Qualifies For Ballot In Colorado

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If there is anything the country learned about the GOP’s voters during the reign of Donald Trump on Twitter, it’s that they’re far more interested in electing Twitter trolls than actual leaders. One  prime example of a beneficiary of this strategy is Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO), who has made quite a name for herself insulting her colleagues, spewing racist and xenophobic things to a gleeful white crowd of donors, and saying idiotic things on Twitter.

She is exactly what Donald Trump supporters want for our country. The rest of us, not so much.

With a favorability rating of a whopping 16%, Boebert’s job is not nearly as secure as she most likely would like it to be. She faces a tough race in November during the midterms, but news today from her state indicates she may not even make it that far. A primary challenger, Dan Coran, has emerged who seems to have quite a bit of support from voters in Colorado.

According to The Denver Gazette:

‘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.”

‘Out of the nearly 2,000 signatures Coram’s campaign turned in last month, the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office said 1,536 were valid — more than the 1,500 signatures required for Colorado congressional candidates to advance to the June 28 primary.’

Twitter was happy to hear the good news of Boebert’s potential pending exit from public life. Read some of their comments below:

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