Lauren Boebert, a Republican member of Congress from Colorado’s 3rd District, has obtained a temporary restraining order against her former husband, Jayson Boebert. The order was granted on Friday, February 2.
Per court records, Boebert had a hearing scheduled for Thursday morning in Garfield County court to seek a permanent restraining order.
Last week, a temporary restraining order for domestic violence was approved after Jayson Boebert was arrested for two separate incidents. The first incident occurred at a restaurant in Silt, Colorado before 8 p.m. on January 6th with his spouse.
Jayson Boebert has been charged with three offenses in connection to the incident: disorderly conduct, third-degree trespass, and obstruction of a peace officer.
The second occurrence took place around 1 a.m. on January 9 at a home near Silt, which involved his 18-year-old son. During this incident, the son contacted authorities after Jayson Boebert supposedly attacked him and took hold of a rifle. Boebert is being charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, harassment, and third-degree assault for this occurrence.
The divorce of the couple was officially completed in October. of last year.
Lauren Boebert has had a hectic few weeks. Along with facing scrutiny from authorities, the Republican representative declared that she will not run for another term in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, opting for something else.
Choosing to compete in the 4th Congressional District of Colorado.he
“The district encompasses the Eastern Plains and is currently represented by Republican Congressman Ken Buck, who announced last fall that he will continue to hold the position.”
He will not run for a second term in the year 2024.
Because of the Republican Party’s backing of ex-President Donald Trump and his acceptance of conspiracy theories, Buck has served as the district’s representative since 2015.
a margin of 62.7%
In Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, Boebert won her 2022 reelection campaign by defeating Democratic opponent Adam Frisch with a 62.7% majority vote.
Over 300,000 votes were recorded in the race, which was so tight that an automatic recount was initiated. Frisch has stated that he is…
Considering running for that district once more..
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