Lauren Boebert will run for another Colorado district in the next election

The Republican congresswoman will resign from the state's 3rd District and run for the 4th District.

Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert has announced that she will not run for re-election for Colorado's 3rd District seat, although she will run for the 4th District of the state she represents.

"I wanted to let you, my constituents and supporters, hear directly from me about my plans for the 2024 election cycle and the importance of maintaining a conservative voice for Colorado in Congress as well as keeping our Republican House majority," wrote Boebert on her X profile (formerly Twitter). "I cannot put into words how grateful I am for everyone who has steadfastly stood alongside me over the past year and beyond. I am going to do everything in my power to represent the 3rd District well for the remainder of this term as I work to earn the trust of grassroots conservative voters in the 4th District to represent them in 2025."

The representative from Colorado assured, in a video, that "it is the right decision for me personally and the right decision for our conservative movement."

Boebert won her seat for Colorado's 3rd District in the 2020 elections, when she beat Democratic candidate Diane Mitsch Bush by just over 25,000 votes. In the 2022 midterm votes, the representative retained her seat by defeating Democratic challenger Adam Frisch at the polls by less than 600 votes.