Lauren Boebert Bio, Age, Husband, Children, Net Worth, Shooters Grill
Lauren Boebert Biography
This is what you need to know about Lauren Boebert a Colorado native politician, businesswoman, and gun-rights activist. Boebert owns Shooters Grill, a restaurant in Rifle, Colorado, where staff members are encouraged to openly carry firearms.
She is the Republican nominee for Colorado’s 3rd congressional district in the 2020 elections, beating incumbent Congressman Scott Tipton. Boebert has expressed support for QAnon, a far-right conspiracy theory.
Lauren Boebert Age
Boebert was born in 1986 or 1987 in Florida in the United States She is about 33 – 34 years old as of 2020.
Lauren Boebert Husband
Boebert is married to her husband, Jayson Steven Boebert and the couple lives in Silt, Colorado. They are blessed with four sons.
Lauren Boebert Children
Boebert and her husband Jayson are parents of their four children (sons). Their identity is yet to be known.
Lauren Boebert Net Worth
Boebert has an approximated net worth of $100K -$1 million U.S dollars.
Lauren Boebert Career
In 2013, Boebert and her husband opened Shooters Grill in Rifle, Colorado, after her husband was laid off from his job. After a person was assaulted in a nearby alley, Boebert obtained a concealed carry permit and started encouraging the servers in the restaurant to open carry firearms.
In 2015, they also opened a restaurant called Putters on the Rifle Creek Golf Course. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she violated the state’s stay-at-home order by reopening her restaurant. Although Boebert received a cease and desist order from Garfield County, her business remained open.
Boebert became involved in gun rights activism, including opposing a gun control measure at a meeting of the Aspen City Council, and challenging Beto O’Rourke at a town hall meeting during his 2020 presidential campaign over his proposal for a gun buyback program.
Boebert announced her candidacy for Colorado’s 3rd congressional district of the United States House of Representatives in the 2020 elections against incumbent Scott Tipton in the Republican Party’s primary election. On June 30, 2020, Boebert defeated Tipton to win the nomination and will face former Democratic state representative Diane Mitsch Bush in the November general election.
During the campaign, Boebert expressed support of the QAnon conspiracy theory, saying in an interview, “I hope that this is real because it only means America is getting stronger and better.”