Laurel Imer is a former Republican candidate in Colorado’s 7th Congressional District! In 2020 Laurel was hand-picked by President Donald J. Trump and his team to be his delegate to the Republican National Convention for Congressional District 7. In the last election cycle, Laurel ran for Colorado's House District 24 as the Republican Nominee against incumbent Monica Duran (D). Laurel has been a small business owner, worked in sales, marketing, and advertising, been a Teacher’s Aide and volunteer in private Christian education, volunteered for several years in the Ladies Auxiliary of the VFW, and is a grassroots political activist. Laurel served as Jefferson County Chair for the Donald Trump Campaign in 2016. Laurel was also picked by President Trump and his team to be one of Colorado's 9 Republican Presidential Electors at the Electoral College for the 2016 Presidential Election. Due to the loss of Colorado, she was never able to cast her vote at the Electoral College. Laurel was born and raised in Golden, Colorado, and has one son, Weston Imer, who is 19 years old. Laurel worked part-time as a Clinic Manager at a Pre-Employment solutions company that was forced to close due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. When not working Laurel home-schooled her son Weston who graduated in November of 2020. Laurel now works as an Administrative Assistant for a local financial firm in Lakewood, CO. During her 2022 campaign for Congress Laurel ran to align local and federal issues in education and school choice, immigration, infrastructure, and economic growth, capitalizing on the success of President Trump’s America First Policies. Her ultimate goal was to Put America First once again and continue to provide prosperity and stability to the American People.
Laurel serves as a Precinct Captain for house district 27, State Senate District 22 and a Bonus Member on the Congressional District 7 Central Committee as well as the State GOP Central Committee in Colorado.