Lauren Boebert - Bio, Net Worth, Husband, Age, Height, Facts, Parents

Lauren Boebert

Facts About Lauren Boebert

Celebrated Name Lauren Boebert
Age 36 Years Old
Nick Name Lauren
Birth Name Lauren Opal Roberts
Birth Date 1986-12-19
Gender Female
Profession Politician , Businesswoman , Gun Rights Activist
Place Of Birth Altamonte Springs, Florida
Birth Nation United States
Nationality American
Famous For US Rep for Colorado's 3rd congressional district
Father Name Not Available
Mother Name Not Available
Siblings Not Known
Ethnicity White
Religion Christianity
Horoscope Sagittarius
Home Town Altamore Springs, Denver, Aurora, Rifle
High School Name Not Available
Education High School Dropout (later earned GED certificate in 2020)
Career Start Started her political career in 2019
Marital Status Married
Husband Jayson Boebert
Married Date 2007
Children 4
Son Name Not Available
Residence Silt, Colorado
Height 1.62m (5 feet 4 inches)
Weight 58kg (128 lbs.)
Body Type Slim
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Dark Brown
Sexual Orientation Straight
Source of Wealth Business and salary (US Rep representing Colorado's 3rd congressional district)
Net Worth $40 million
Links Instagram Twitter

Lauren Boebert is an American politician and businesswoman. She is a member of the Republican Party and serves as the US representative for Colorado's 3rd congressional district. She is known for her gun-rights advocacy. She is often described as a far-right ally of the former president, Donald Trump. 

She declared her candidacy for reelection in 2022. Just a couple of weeks into the primary election, Boebert has been dragged into a controversy. She has been accused of having had two abortions and working as an escort when she was a young adult by American Muckrackers, the same political action committee that targeted incendiary North Carolina Congressman Madison Cawthorn over alleged misconduct. She has denied these allegations. She is running for second term.

What is Lauren Boebert Famous For?

  •  U.S. representative for Colorado's 3rd congressional district.

Lauren Boebert Mother

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Where is Lauren Boebert From?

Lauren Boebert was born on 19 December 1986. Her birth name is Lauren Opal Roberts. Her birth place is in Altamonte Springs, Florida in the United States. She holds American nationality. She belongs to the white ethnicity and her religion is Christianity. She grew up in Florida until age 12. The family then moved to the Montbello neighborhood of Denver, Colorado, and later to Aurora, Colorado. The family finally settled in Rifle, Colorado in 2003. 

Regarding her educational background, she is a high school dropout. She dropped out during her senior year because she had a child. She later earned a GED certificate in 2020.

Lauren Boebert Career

  • After leaving high school, Boebert started working as an assistant manager at a McDonald's in Rifle.
  • She left the job to work at a natural gas drilling company. 
  • She then became a pipeliner to build and maintain pipelines and pumping stations. 
  • She met her future husband there.
  • They opened a restaurant, Shooters Grill in Rifle in 2013. 
  • Her staff members at the restaurant are encouraged to openly carry firearms.
  • She also owned the now-defunct restaurant, Smokehouse 1778. 
  • In 2015, she opened Putters restaurant on Rifle Creek Golf Course. She sold that restaurant in December 2016. 
  • In 2017, 80 people who attended a Garfield County fair contracted food poisoning after eating pork sliders from a temporary location set up by Shooters Grill and Smokehouse 1776. They did not have the required permits to operate the temporary location. 
  • Her restaurant, Shooter Grill lost $143,000 in 2019 and $226,000 in 2020.
  • During the COVID-19 pandemic, she violated the state's stay-at-home order by reopening Shooters Grill for dine-in service. She actively protested against the government's orders to close business. Her food license was temporarily suspended.

Lauren Boebert Trump

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Lauren Boebert Political Career

  • Boebert received attention in September 2019 when she confronted Beto O'Rourke, a candidate in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary, at an Aurora town hall meeting over his proposal for a buy-back program and a ban on assault-style rifles like AR-15s. 
  • She opposed a measure banning guns in city-owned buildings at a meeting of the Aspen City Council. 
  • She organized the December 2019 "We Will Not Comply!" rally opposing Colorado's red flag law, which allows guns to be taken from people deemed a threat.
  • She announced running for Colorado's 3rd congressional district in the 2020 election.
  • She unexpectedly defeated incumbent representative, Scott Tipton in the primary election. 
  • She defeated the Democratic nominee, former state representative, Diane Mitsch Bush in the general election. 
  • She was sworn into Congress on 3 January 2021. 
  • She was assigned to the Committee on Natural Resources and the Committee on Budget. 
  • She serves on the Indigenous Peoples of the United States and Water, Ocean, and Wildlife subcommittees.
  • She belongs to the Freedom Caucus within the House Republican Conference. She became the communications chair in January 2022.
  • She belongs to the Second Amendment Caucus which advocates for the expansion of the right to keep and bear arms.
  • As of January 2022, she had introduced 17 bills and seven resolutions, none of which passed the committee. 
  • She announced in December 2021 that she was seeking a second term in the 2022 election.
  • She is a supporter of former president Donald Trump. 
  • She supports Trump's claims that the 2020 election was stolen from him.
  • She supported the rioters who stormed the Capitol on 6 January 2021. 
  • She had faced calls for House censure over her offensive remarks, including some directed toward US rep, Ilhan Omar.
  • She opposes the transition to green energy, abortion, sex education, sex-reassignment surgeries for minors, and non-heterosexual marriage. 
  • She supports an isolationist foreign policy and minimizing immigration to the United States.

Lauren Boebert family

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Who is Lauren Boebert Husband?

Lauren Boebert is a married woman. She is married to Jayson Boebert. They have four sons. Her husband worked in oil and gas fields before they started a restaurant business. Jayson started Boebert consulting in 2012. 

They live in Silt, Colorado. 

What is Lauren Boebert Height?

Lauren Boebert stands at a tall height. She has a well-balanced weight. She has a slim body build. Her eye color and hair color are both dark brown.

Her sexual orientation is straight. 

What is Lauren Boebert Net Worth?

Lauren Boebert is a politician as well as a businesswoman. Prior to starting her political career, she has been involved in the restaurant business. Her wealth and net worth details are not available.

Trivias About Lauren Boebert You Need To Know.

  • The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel reported that Boebert herself registered to vote at age 19 as a Democrat in June 200 and changed her affiliation to Republican in 2008.
  • She deleted her Twitter photo of her posing with members of the Three Percent militia in 2019.
  • She was the first primary challenger to defeat a sitting US representative in Colorado in 48 years.
  • Many describe Boebert as far-right.
  • She was one of 21 House Republicans to vote against a resolution to give the Congressional Gold Medal to police officers who defended the U.S. Capitol.
  • She entered a resolution seeking to recognize Antifa as a domestic terrorist organization[100] and said BLM would "burn down cities and destroy businesses."
  • She opposes the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, which would elect the president by popular vote.
  • She supports eliminating the U.S. Department of Education.
  • Scholarly sources generally describe Boebert as endorsing the QAnon conspiracy theory.
  • She opposes the Equality Act.
  • She opposes same-sex marriage.
  • She was one of 75 House Republicans to vote against the National Defense Authorization Act of 2022.
  • She was one of 49 House Republicans to vote to repeal the authorization of military force against Iraq.
  • She voted against the bipartisan ALLIES Act.
  • She supports the construction of a Mexico–U.S. border wall and opposes amnesty for undocumented immigrants living in the US.
  • She called COVID-19 vaccine mandates unconstitutional.
  • She received a $500 fine for violating the mask mandate on Congress's premises.