Lauren Boebert Election Results – Live: Republican says ‘of course’ she’ll win as Colorado election may go to recount

Lauren Boebert Election Results – Live: Republican says ‘of course’ she’ll win as Colorado election may go to recount

Frisch is challenging Boebert in a tight race in Colorado

Lauren Boebert said she is confident of retaining her House seat as she widens her lead against Democratic challenger Adam Frisch — but the unexpected upset race is still too close to win.

When asked by reporters if she expects to win Thursday’s race, the Republican incumbent replied: “Of course I expect to win.” It will be great.”

Ms. Boebert now leads by 1,122 votes in what is shaping up to be a surprisingly tight race for a seat in the US House of Representatives. Colorado3rd congressional district.

After trailing for much of the race, the Donald Trump ally returned to the lead on Thursday, now leading with 50.2 percent of the vote to Frisch’s 49.8 percent, with 99 percent of the vote.

The race could be headed for an automatic recount if the winning side does not win by more than 0.5 percent.

The tight race came as a surprise to both Republicans and Democrats — as well as pollsters — after the controversial gun-toting congresswoman was expected to enjoy a comfortable re-election.


Adam Frisch raced against Boebert’s ‘anger’

Before Election Day, Adam Frisch said The Independent that he decided to run against a MAGA Republican in the race for her seat in the US House of Representatives in response to her “fury.”

He said that this phrase is what “Representatives Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene and a lot of other people — and there are some on the left — who use this kind of just … yelling and screaming. I mean, a lot of time on Twitter, a lot of time on cable news networks and not really focusing on the job at hand.”

Mr. Frisch, a currency trader who served at Aspen, Colorado of the city council for eight years, he added that he finds some of her bizarre comments “disgusting and unethical towards America”.

“I was thinking, you know, if a moderate, pragmatic, pro-business Democrat could get through the Democratic primary, which wouldn’t be easy — and it wasn’t — I thought I could build a coalition,” he said.

Rachel SharpNovember 11, 2022 12:00 p.m


Adam Frisch calls for ‘respect’ for an army whose votes have yet to be counted

Adam Frisch called for “respect” for the state’s military members, many of whose votes have yet to be counted in the Colorado race.

The Democrat announced on Twitter on Thursday that thousands of votes still need to be counted, as well as the votes of people who serve in the military or live abroad.

“Everybody in #CO03 they deserve to have their voice heard, regardless of political affiliation. I am confident that every valid ballot will be counted.

“In particular, we must honor and respect those who serve our country by ensuring that every military ballot is counted,” he tweeted.

“1/Every vote counts in this incredibly close race and thousands of votes in Pueblo County and military and overseas voters remain, and a significant number of curable ballots remain.

“Help us raise the resources to see this through!”

Rachel SharpNovember 11, 2022 11:40 am


Lauren Boebert visits DC in the midst of a tight race

Lauren Boebert visited Washington DC as the fight to keep her House seat went down to the wire back in Colorado.

The Republican MAGA incumbent attended a House Freedom Caucus accountability debate on the Covid-19 pandemic on Thursday — the same day she finally broke her silence on the unexpectedly close race.

Speaking to reporters at the event, she tried to push the GOP’s worse-than-expected performance in her home state onto big-ticket candidates.

“I don’t know if there wasn’t enough enthusiasm for our top candidates for governor and Senate, or what happened there, but there was a lot of swing in the vote there,” she said.

Colorado Democratic Gov. Jared Polis and Sen. Michael Bennet comfortably defeated their Republican rivals in their re-election races.

Rachel SharpNovember 11, 2022 11:20 am


Is Colorado headed for a recount?

In Colorado, an automatic recount is triggered if a candidate wins by 0.5 percent or less of the leading candidate’s vote total.

That means that to avoid a recount, either Lauren Boebert or Adam Frisch would have to lead by about 788 votes.

If a recount is initiated, it must be completed within 35 days of election day.

Rachel SharpNovember 11, 2022 11:00 a.m


Boebert confident that she will win: ‘Of course’

Lauren Boebert insisted she is confident of retaining her House seat despite an unexpectedly close race that has remained too close to call.

“Of course I expect to win. It’s going to be great,” the Republican president told reporters Thursday night in Washington.

When asked if she would support House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy in his bid for speaker if the GOP takes over the House, she said she is focusing on herself.

“Is this what you’re all focused on? Do you know that I’m — do you know that I’m 794 votes up in my race right now?” she fired.

“That’s my focus right now,” she said.

Rachel Sharp11 November 2022 10:40


Boebert now leads by 1,122 votes

Lauren Boebert now leads by 1,122 votes in what is shaping up to be a surprisingly close race for Colorado’s US House seat.

Ms. Boebert currently leads with 50.2 percent of the vote to Democratic candidate Adam Frisch’s 49.8 percent, with 99 percent of the vote now reported in the district.

The race is still too close to call.

After trailing for much of the race, the Donald Trump ally stormed back into the lead on Thursday, advancing from the Democrats to a 386-vote lead that morning. That afternoon, she extended her lead to 794 votes before more votes were announced later in the day.

Rachel Sharp11 November 2022 10:20


We’ve read Lauren Boebert’s book so you don’t have to

Imagine you’ve just bought Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert’s new autobiographical book, “My American Life.”

You rush to her restaurant, Shooter’s Bar and Grill, to start flipping through its pages. The waitress – her gun dangling from her hip holster – drops the menu on the table. You look over him, your eyes settling on the pork sliders. Fake news claims that concertgoers caused diarrhea back in 2017. But you didn’t come all the way to Rifle, Colorado, because of a lie. You want the truth — and it is in your hands. You dive.

Rachel SharpNovember 11, 2022 10:00 a.m


ICYMI: Boebert’s Shooters Grill is closing after the landlord refused to renew its lease

Lauren Boebert‘s Shooters Grill in Colorado closed after the restaurant’s owners refused to renew their lease to the legislator.

The republican MP’s restaurant in the town of Rifle was known for having waitresses armed with handguns and closed its doors for the last time on Sunday, she confirmed.

“We were like a family. I would say that Shooters, for every employee, was their life,” she said Post Independent about the restaurant that opened in May 2013.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 11, 2022 09:30


Boebert received 15 votes against the veterans

“I voted for four Veterans Affairs bills that were signed into law and led to several amendments to provide funding for mental health and other important services for our veterans,” Ms. Boebert wrote in a campaign tweet that also invited her followers to click to learn more about “the work I do to support America’s heroes”.

Her opponent, Mr. Frisch, checked her out via his long twitter spree.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 11, 2022 08:30


Earlier: Boebert mocked for awkward 17-hour silence after tweeting ‘red tide has begun’

Online critics of republican Lauren Boebert he seemed to enjoy the close, nail-biting race Congresswoman remained locked for hours after the polls closed Coloradoand many are pointing to her silence on social media as a sign that a potential loss could be imminent.

Oliver O’ConnellNovember 11, 2022 06:30

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