Gazette: Boebert Opponent Crafted Legislation to Benefit Himself

By Matt Connelly

An editorial in the Gazette this morning accuses Lauren Boebert’s Republican primary opponent – Republican state Senator Don Coram – of crafting legislation at the Capitol focused on benefitting himself and not the PEOPLE.

The Gazette cites four specific pieces of legislation where Coram’s “self-enrichment schemes are so obvious they belong in a low-budget conspiracy flick”. 


Here’s more from the Gazette:

Republican state Sen. Don Coram abuses his role for personal gain. Imagine what he might do if Colorado’s Congressional House District 3 puts him in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Coram, in his mid-70s, wants the Republican nomination for U.S. House District 3. He’s challenging U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert — a champion of small businesses, and the middle and working class. In the unlikely event Coram succeeds and later wins the general election, expect him to spend time and effort crafting federal legislation to enrich himself.

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About the Author:

Matt Connelly is the founder of Campfire Colorado and Campfire Media.