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Release: Adam Frisch Embarks on Beat Boebert Buggy Tour

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Release: Adam Frisch Embarks on Beat Boebert Buggy Tour

Democrat Adam Frisch will visit 56 communities by driving over 1,800 miles to share his vision for CD3 and advance plans to defeat Boebert




Woody Creek, Colo. – Today CD3 Congressional Candidate Adam Frisch announced his Beat Boebert Buggy tour through Western and Southern Colorado to meet with constituents ahead of the Democratic Primary on June 28.


Beginning Wednesday, June 22, 2022, Frisch will visit a series of large cities and small towns, with his son Felix and the Beat Boebert Buggy in tow. Given Adam’s focus on rural education access and funding, the tour will focus on stops in front of schools in 56 communities - the largest to the smallest in the district- including Grand Junction, Antonito, Durango, Center, Pueblo, La Veta, and others along the way. A full tour schedule is below.


“Our family has been using our camper for years to go fishing, hiking, and exploring Western and Southern Colorado,” says Frisch. “This summer we are doing it with a message: Vote for Adam Frisch on June 28 and drive Boebert out of office. We believe it’s important for communities of every size to get the attention they deserve, so we planned this trip over seven days, making as many stops as possible along the way.”


The Beat Boebert Buggy is the candidate’s family camper trailer wrapped with customized graphics. At each stop voters can ask questions and get to know the candidate. Frisch wants to share his views on tackling inflation, increasing rural health care access, fighting for more education funds for rural Colorado, and protecting our water rights.

Frisch embarks on this road trip to beat Boebert on the heels of recommendations to support Frisch from both the Southern Colorado Labor Council (SCLC) and the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) over the weekend.

“I have always supported the work that unions do on behalf of the families in our district,” says Frisch. “From federal and state employees, to steelworkers and firefighters, our campaign recognizes the strength of hardworking Coloradans becomes even stronger when they band together. I hope that union members throughout the Western Slope and Southern region of Colorado will note these important recommendations and stand with me and the workers of CD3 on June 28.”

Schedule of Frisch’s Beat Boebert Buggy Tour:

Wednesday, June 22 Palisade- 9:30 AM, Palisade High School - 3679 G Road

De Beque- 10:45 AM, De Beque Elementary School - 730 Minter Ave

Parachute - 11:45 AM, Grand Valley High School - 800 Cardinal Way

Silt- 1:15 PM, Cactus Valley Elementary School - 222 Grand Ave.

New Castle- 2:15 PM, Kathryn Senor Elementary School - 101 Alder Ave.

Thursday, June 23 Glenwood Springs -9:00 AM ,Glenwood Springs High School - 1521 Grand Ave.

Rifle- 10:15 AM, Rifle Middle School - 753 Railroad Ave.

Meeker- 12:00 PM, Meeker High School - 550 School St.

Craig- 1:30 PM, Sunset Elementary School - 800 W. 7th St.

Dinosaur- 3:45 PM, Dinosaur Library - 400 School St.

Rangely- 5:00 PM, Rangely High School - 234 Panther Way

Friday, June 24 Fruita- 8:30 AM, Fruita Middle School - 239 N. Maple St.

Grand Junction- 9:30 AM, Grand Junction High School - 1400 N. 5th St.

Gateway- 11:30 AM, Gateway School - 42575 CO-141

Nucla- 1:15 PM, Nucla Jr-Sr High School - 225 W 4th Ave.

Dove Creek- 3:00 PM, Dolores County High School - 525 Main St.

Lewis- 4:00 PM, Lewis- Arriola Elementary School - 21434 Rd U

Cortez- 4:45 PM, Manaugh Grade School - 300 E. 4th St.

Mancos- 5:45 PM, District 6 High School - 355 Grand Ave.

Hesperus- 7:00 PM, Post Office - 10864 US-160

Saturday, June 25 Durango -8:30 AM ,Durango High School - 2390 Main Ave.

Bayfield- 9:45 AM, Bayfield Primary School - 551 E. Mustang St.

Ignacio- 10:30 AM, Ignacio High School - 315 Ignacio St.

Arboles-11:30 AM, Post Office - 86 County Road 982

Pagosa Springs- 12:45 PM, Pagosa Springs Middle School - US 160 E.

South Fork- 2:45 PM, South Fork Visitors Center - 28 Silver Thread Lane

Del Norte- 3:45 PM, Del Norte Elementary School - 950 French St.

Monte Vista- 4:30 PM, Bill Metz Elementary School - 545 2nd Ave.

Alamosa- 5:30 PM, Ortega Middle School - 401 Victoria Ave.

Antonito- 6:45 PM, Antonito High School - 13099 Co Rd G

Sunday, June 26th San Luis- 7:45 AM, San Luis Community Park - 650 Main St.

Fort Garland- 8:30 AM, Post Office - 313 CO-159

La Veta- 10:00 AM, La Veta High School - 126 E. Garland St.

Walsenburg- 10:45 AM, John Mall High School - 355 W. Pine St.

Aguilar-11:45 AM, Aguilar Elementary School - 420 Balsam Ave.

Trinidad-1:00 PM, Trinidad High School - 816 West St.

La Junta- 3:15 PM, La Junta Jr/Sr High School - 1817 Smithland Ave.

Rocky Ford- 4:15 PM, Jefferson Intermediate School - 901 S. 11th St.

Fowler- 5:15 PM, Fowler Elementary School - 601 W. Grant

Pueblo- 6:30 PM, Pueblo Central High School - 216 E. Orman Ave.

Monday, June 27th Center- 8:45 AM, Center High School - 500 S. Broadway St.

Crestone- 10:00 AM, Post Office - 166 Alder St.

Moffat- 11:00 AM, Moffat Senior High School -501 Garfield Ave

Saguache- 12:00 PM, Mountain Valley School - 403 Pitkin Ave

Gunnison- 2:15 PM, Gunnison High School - 800 W. Ohio Ave.

Montrose- 4:45 PM, Montrose High School - 600 S. Selig Ave

Ridgeway- 6:15 PM, Ridgeway Elementary School - 1115 Clinton St.

Tuesday, June 28th Ouray- 8:15 AM, Ouray School District - 400 7th Ave

Olathe- 10:00 AM, Olathe High School - 410 US-50

Delta- 10:45 AM, Delta High School - 1400 Pioneer Rd

Hotchkiss- 12:00 PM, Hotchkiss Elementary School - 465 Lorah Lane

Paonia- 1:15 PM, Paonia K-8 School - 846 Grand Ave.

Redstone- 2:45 PM, Fire Station - 1085 Redstone Castle Dr.

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