I want to thank everyone who supported our campaign for the U.S. Senate. It has been a time of reflection and regrouping since falling just 38 votes short of making it onto the ballot at the State Assembly.

While I am saddened for our State and concerned for our Country, I am also grateful.

One of the greatest blessings along this path has been the opportunity to meet and partner with so many amazing Coloradans.

My life is truly so much richer for this privilege.

I am also grateful for our continued shared purpose.The end of this journey does not mean the end of fighting for our Republic, because the stakes are too high to stop, and the beautiful and revolutionary idea that is America is too great a treasure to abandon.

The gift we inherited of individual rights and self-determination, freedom of speech and conscience, the right to gather and worship, the right to life and self-protection, transcend any one election and must be translated to others if we are to save them.

That is why I remain resolute in my commitment to fight for what is right, and to invite our fellow citizens to join us. In a state with over 43% unaffiliated voters, we are the messengers and if we persuade others to stand with us, future generations will gratefully say that we were the ones who pushed back from the precipice and saved the last best hope of man on earth.

God bless you, God bless Colorado, and may God continue to bless the best
idea of governance in the history of mankind, the United States of America.

In continued service,

Dear Coloradans,

There is a common thread that unites all of us from the mountains to the plains, from the cities to the suburbs. I believe the majority of us truly want the same thing: to pursue our dreams, run our business, and provide for our families. We want a great education for our children and to be able to raise them in safety and security. We stand together on the Common Ground of Common Sense.

However, in Washington, career politicians like Bennet and Biden put special interests over the hard-working individuals in Colorado and try to push their way into every area of our lives. It is time to replace out-of-touch, overreaching bureaucrats with someone who understands the challenges we face every day far away from the personal power plays in DC. That is why I am running for the U.S. Senate.

I am a small business owner, a wife and a mom. Unlike career politicians, I will stand for what matters most to all of us. I have a proven record of standing strong for our shared values from the School Board to the State House, and now I am ready to stand for all of us in the U.S. Senate. Together we will bring Colorado Common Sense back to Washington.

Standing with you,

Donate today to send Deborah Flora to the U.S. Senate!

Colorado Common Sense

My commitment

Courage. Commitment. Common Sense.
I have taken a stand from the School Board to the State House. 
In the U.S. Senate, I will stand for all of us on the issues that matter to us most:

An economy that every Coloradan can afford

Career politicians in DC seem intent on bankrupting families for generations with their reckless spending and heavy-handed control. These irresponsible policies are fueling high unemployment and rising inflation that are crippling our economy and burdening Coloradans.

Instead of wasting trillions of our hard-earned dollars, together we will lower taxes so Coloradans can keep more of the money they earn, push for a balanced budget, reduce burdens on small business owners, support our vital agriculture and energy industries, free the economy to create more jobs, and unleash the potential of individuals to achieve the American dream and provide for their families.

Putting children and parents back at the center of education

Across the country, academic scores are plummeting, parents are ignored, teachers are overwhelmed, politics are invading our classrooms and children are paying the price.

Instead of forcing one-size-fits-all, big government policies on our students, I will stand for local control, a return to academic excellence and school choice so every child, from every walk of life can succeed.

Safety on our streets and security abroad

Today, crime is skyrocketing at home, a humanitarian crisis is overtaking our border, and our military strength is being undermined abroad because of dangerous policies in our nation’s capital. Biden and Bennet pursue defeat abroad and sow division here at home.

Instead, I will support a strong U.S. military, sustainable immigration policy, the right for every citizen to protect themselves, and defend, not defund accountable policing here at home, so Coloradans can run their business and raise their families in safety.

Affordable Patient-Centered Healthcare

Instead of the one-size-fits-all, government-controlled healthcare, that drives down quality and drives up costs, I will work to get government out of the way, so that people can make their own decision about the best health care for themselves and their families.

I will fight for patient centered reforms, including preventative care, protecting those with preexisting conditions, medical price transparency, and increased choice through competition which will make healthcare more affordable lower the cost of prescriptions drugs.

Colorado’s Independent Spirit

The heritage of our great state and country is the right of every individual to live their lives as they see fit and raise their families according to their own values. That is the common thread that unites us from the mountains to the plains and from the cities to the suburbs.

In a time when there is a push to replace individualism with collectivism, demand uniformity of thought, and strict adherence to big government overreach, I will push back against the intrusion of politics in every area of our lives, stand for the intrinsic value of each person, defend everyone’s right to protect themselves, fight for the right to gather and worship freely, and champion the individual freedoms that we have been blessed to inherit.

Together we will bring 
Colorado Common Sense 
back to Washington.

Courage. Commitment. Common Sense.
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