Flora will seek 4th District seat in Congress

Deborah Flora, an award-winning filmmaker, producer, radio host and public policy advocate, has announced her candidacy for the U.S. House.

U.S. Rep. Ken Buck, R-Windsor, announced Wednesday his decision not to seek a sixth term in Congress, representing a largely rural eastern area of Colorado in the 4th Congressional District.

“Coloradans deserve someone who will represent them and has the courage and conviction to stand for what is right,” Flora said in a campaign announcement. “I’m not a career politician, I’m a business owner and a mom who has been fighting from the school board to the state house for our families and our freedoms. I’m ready to take that fight to Washington.”

Flora, most recently, narrowly missed making the Republican primary ballot for U.S. Senate in 2022, when delegates supported Ron Hanks.

She is the founder of the non-profit Parents United America, an advocate for parental rights and educational freedom. She hosted The Deborah Flora Show on the Salem Radio Network and was a founding partner of Lamplight Entertainment. As a director of public policy, she has advocated and testified for issues impacting Colorado citizens and has also served on several national boards overseeing multi-million dollar budgets, her announcement reads. She was a President’s Scholar and National Merit Scholar, and a Summa Cum Laude graduate from Southern Methodist University.

Flora and her husband, Jonathan, an 82nd Airborne veteran, live in Parker with their two children. She was raised on the Lowry Air Force Base as a daughter of a lieutenant colonel.

“The career politicians in Washington, D.C., are completely out of touch with the real issues facing the good people of Colorado and this country,” Flora said. “I am running for Congress to bring accountability back to government, stop the out-of-control spending that is crushing citizens and skyrocketing inflation, secure our border and return safety to our streets, restore America’s energy independence so we stop funding our enemies abroad, and fight for educational freedom and parental rights.”

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