Deborah Flora is a conservative leader who has spent her life advocating for our core American values: freedom, family, and faith. Growing up in Colorado, the daughter of the Lt. Col. serving at Lowry Air Force Base, Deborah was raised with a love of country and an understanding of what it means to serve, and she and her husband Jonathan, an 82nd Airborne Veteran, have worked to instill these same values in their two children.
Deborah's heart for service has led her to become a nationally recognized parental rights advocate, radio host, national speaker, and fighter for conservative principles. As a mom and Founder of Parents United America, she has been on the front lines fighting for parental rights and educational freedom, and as a Director of Public Policy, she has advocated and testified for issues impacting the citizens of Colorado and people across the country.
The Deborah Flora Show has been heard daily on Salem Radio Network’s 710 KNUS for years, focusing on empowering listeners to take a stand on important issues, such as live reporting from El Paso and New Mexico highlighting the border crisis and she has been featured by numerous conservative media outlets, including Fox News, Newsmax, Townhall, and The Daily Wire.
As a businesswoman and entrepreneur, alongside her husband, Deborah leads two media companies and has produced numerous projects, including the acclaimed documentaries, Whose Children Are They? which screened in theaters nationwide, and the award-winning Lt. Dan Band: For the Common Good, featuring Academy Award-nominated actor Gary Sinise, and Academy Award-winners Jon Voight and Robert Duvall.
Deborah was one of the founding members of “Friends of Abe” and helped grow the group from a handful of conservative Hollywood entertainment professionals to over 3,000 members. She has also produced several powerful messaging campaigns including military suicide prevention featuring celebrities such as Gary Sinise, Tom Selleck, Patricia Heaton, Jim Caviezel and Tamera Mowry-Housley among others.
Deborah is a Club for Growth Fellow, a member of the American Enterprise Leadership Network, the Independence Institute’s Center Right Coalition, and serves on the Leadership Program of the Rockies Advisory Council. She is also a Board Member for ACE Scholarships, Colorado Parent Advocacy Network Board, and
Cantinas Arts Foundation. She has spoken around the world, including in the former Soviet Union with organizations like Youth for Christ International.
Deborah has consistently and firmly stood for the issues that matter to us all from the school board to the statehouse. Now she is ready to take that fight to Congress as a Candidate for Colorado’s 4th Congressional District.