5th District Congressman Doug Lamborn has thrown his support behind third party candidate Tom Tancredo in the Colorado Governor's race. It's an unprecedented development in what has become a bizarre election.
Lamborn is a Republican who represents the Republican stronghold of Colorado Springs. Tancredo is a former Republican congressman... more »
American Constitution candidate for governor Tom Tancredo has won another string of endorsements from high profile Colorado Republicans.
Last week Tancredo ads began featuring former Congressman Bob Beauprez endorsing Tancredo over Republican Dan Maes.
Friday former 5th District Congressman Joel Hefley added his name to the list of... more »
A TV bounty hunter and an outspoken Arizona sheriff headlined a Denver fundraiser for third-party gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo.
Duane "Dog" Chapman, star of the A&E reality TV show "Dog The Bounty Hunter," and Maricopa County, Arizona, Sheriff Joe Arpaio helped raise money for Tancredo on Sunday.
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DENVER (AP) - A judge has ruled that third-party gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo can stay on Colorado's ballot in November. Denver District Court Judge William Hood ruled Tuesday that the secretary of state was correct in certifying Tancredo as a candidate running on the American Constitution Party ticket.
The... more »
Two Colorado Republicans have filed a lawsuit to try to keep third-party gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo off the November ballot.
The Denver Post reports that Marian Olson of Golden and Joseph Harrington of Highlands Ranch filed the lawsuit Tuesday in Denver District Court. They claim that Tancredo, a former... more »
DENVER (AP) - Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Hickenlooper is promising to run a "clean" campaign.
The Denver mayor's campaign is rolling out his first television ad featuring Hickenlooper in the shower. The campaign says it has reserved $1.2 million in television time through election day. Hickenlooper says in the... more »
Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes has reached the deadline for announcing his choice of a running mate.
Spokesman Nate Strauch says Maes interviewed four or five candidates over the weekend and will announce his choice on Tuesday. He'll make the announcement at noon at his campaign office in Englewood.... more »
Colorado's Republican voters have a tough -- and to some, dispiriting -- choice in Tuesday's gubernatorial primary.
Former U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis endured a plagiarism scandal in which he was paid $300,000 for issuing policy papers written by someone else. His opponent, businessman Dan Maes, cheated on campaign finance... more »