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ICYMI: GOP Congressional Candidate CO-07 Laurel Imer Earns Impressive Range of Campaign Endorsements



Deborah Radman

Director of Strategic Communication

Laurel Imer for Congress Press Office

(720) 248-7639 ext. 2

ICYMI: GOP Congressional Candidate (CO-7) Laurel Imer

Earns Impressive Range of Campaign Endorsements

GOLDEN CO, May 12 – GOP Congressional Candidate, Laurel Imer, has received a broad and diverse group of endorsements from prominent individuals -- men, women, ethnicities, professions, and geographic areas. So far, Imer is running for Colorado’s

Congressional District 7 seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Former Congressman Tom Tancredo says in his endorsement, “I am proud to endorse and support Laurel Imer as she takes on the massive challenge of running for Congress in CD7. You give us hope and you have my full support!”

Known as the toughest sheriff in America, Sheriff Joe Arpaio (former Sheriff of Maricopa County) says, “I had the pleasure of meeting Laurel Imer at the Inauguration of President Donald Trump in 2017 and have known to count on her as a friend and ally who stands to protect America’s borders. She’s someone I can count on to kick down the door with me to fight for America First.”

Actor, singer-songwriter, and Trump supporter Joy Villa says, “…As a mother, businesswoman, community leader, and a patriot, Laurel knows what it takes to drain the swamp and clean up Washington DC! I am proud to support Laurel in this race and I encourage you to do the same.”

About Laurel Imer:

Laurel Imer is a 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). She has been a small business owner, worked in sales, marketing, and advertising, been a Teacher’s Aide and volunteer in private Christian education, a volunteer 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.

She also was 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.

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