Republican Deborah Flora Signs Taxpayer Protection, Term Limits Pledges

Parker, Colo. – Conservative Republican Deborah Flora has signed both the Term Limits Pledge and the Americans for Tax Reform Taxpayer Protection Pledge, her campaign announced on Friday.

“Both these pledges represent my commitment to always fight on behalf of the hard-working citizens of Colorado’s 4th District,” Flora stated. “I’m supporting term limits and committing to block new taxes because I am running to serve Coloradans – not the special interests.”

Flora’s signatures reinforce her status as a conservative thought leader committed to shrinking the size of government and working to end the gridlock in Washington.

“Unfortunately, too many politicians go to Washington and choose to serve themselves instead of their constituents,” Flora said. “Coloradans deserve a representative with the courage, conviction, and clarity to fight for the issues that matter the most: securing our border, getting our economy back on track, and blocking the Biden administration’s big-government policies that are hindering our freedoms and burying future generations in billions of dollars of unsustainable debt. I am committed to standing on the Constitutional principles of limited government and true representation that is not disconnected far away from the people who have to live under the policies passed in Congress.”

Flora launched her campaign for Colorado's 4th District in November. Her campaign launch video can be viewed HERE.


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