Democrats switch party affiliation to help defeat Lauren Boebert

Colorado’s primary is June 28 and Congresswoman Lauren Boebert (Idiot-Colorado) will face Republican state Sen. Don Coram, a candidate who claims he wants to stop ‘…the fringe leaders of both political spectrums (who) have taken all the oxygen in the room… ‘ He’s not alone.

Although Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District has seen the Democratic Party’s voter rolls shrink by about 3,700 people, or about 2.7%, from February through May, some members have left as part of a grassroots effort to defeat Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert.

“Well, I’m a lifelong Democrat, and now I’m unaffiliated,” Steven Hallenborg  said. “It’s very unfortunate what’s going on in this state. So, I mean, she has to go.”

Because he changed his affiliation, he now can vote against Boebert in the June 28 Republican primary.

For the last few years, Colorado’s “open primary” system has allowed unaffiliated voters to participate in either party’s primary elections. That means voters like Hallenborg can weigh in on Boebert’s primary run — without actually joining the Republican Party.

As of March, Boebert has raised $4.4 million compared to her opponent’s measly $89,000. She began attack ads against Coram early on and also claims that  ‘…unaffiliated voters shouldn’t have a say in the primary: ‘Members of various political parties should choose their nominees in a closed primary system.'”

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