U.S. Republican Lauren Boebert wins in primary election in western Colorado's Congressional District 3 after denouncing separation of church and state.

Lauren Boebert received over 60,000 votes (63.3 percent), and her opponent, state Sen. Don Coram, earned over 35,000 votes (36.7 percent).

Lauren Boebert — one of 147 Republican members of Congress who objected to certifying the electoral vote count.

Boebert was introduced as “a mom of four, a restaurant owner, and a professional RINO hunter” to huge applause from the crowd.

The Colorado Republican has been at the center of several controversies since she began her term in office in January 2021.

Accused of meeting with organizers of pro-Trump rallies on Jan. 6, Boebert has denied any involvement in the violent riot that followed.

Boebert reportedly got into a standoff with Capitol Police when she refused to allow officers to search her bag after setting off metal detectors.

Boebert said; “The church is supposed to direct and the govt. is not supposed to direct the church. That is not how our founding fathers intended it.”

Boebert also interrupted President Joe Biden's address earlier this year while he was speaking about increasing support for veterans.

She has clashed with other members of Congress, too. Boebert made a racist comment directed at Muslim Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar.

Boebert also criticized Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg for taking parental leave after he and his husband welcomed twins.

She has positioned herself as one of the most far-right members of Congress — winning herself national attention in the process.

Lauren Boebert, who faces a scandal involving mileage reimbursement from her campaign account, has raised roughly $5 million during her first term in Congress.

Recently, Colorado officials opened an investigation into Boebert's 2020 campaign whether $22,000 she paid herself with campaign funds was justified?