Boebert and Frisch were only separated by a few votes as of Wednesday night in the 3rd Congressional District contest.

Lauren Boebert, a Republican running for re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives in Colorado's 3rd Congressional District, was up for re-election for the first time on Tuesday.

By late Wednesday night, Frisch led the two contenders by 64 votes, according to the Associated Press.

In her first tenure, Boebert cemented her position as a national lightning rod by criticising President Joe Biden's administration's policies on the nation's border, crime, foreign oil dependence, inflation, and other issues.

Her chances in the 3rd Congressional District of Colorado, which is primarily rural,

appeared to be improved by redistricting that made the area more Republican.

However, it was too early to declare a winner on Wednesday.

Tuesday night, Boebert stood on a platform at a campaign event held in a Grand Junction restaurant bar and prayed aloud for her supporters.

. We shall achieve this triumph, she concluded.

Boebert told her fans, "I am extremely hopeful." It is unquestionably moving in our favour.