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Ernest LuningErnest LuningSeptember 13, 20175min19910

Former U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo is seeking advice from conservatives as he weighs whether to join Colorado's crowded Republican primary for governor in next year's election. "Here we are, once again looking at this possibility, and I assure you it is, in my own mind, the possibility — the possibility of running for governor," said Tancredo at a meeting of the Arapahoe County Tea Party Tuesday night in Centennial.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningSeptember 1, 20174min3100

If former U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo decides to jump into Colorado's Republican gubernatorial primary, there's one step he won't have to take. Tancredo changed his registration from unaffiliated to Republican two weeks ago "just in case," he told Colorado Politics, although he said he's still weighing whether to get in the race.


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Peter MarcusPeter MarcusAugust 24, 20172min398
Colorado Springs entrepreneur Barry Farah is considering a run for governor on the Republican ticket, Colorado Politics has learned. Farah would join an already crowded field, which is still developing. Some top names already in the race include Arapahoe County District Attorney George Brauchler, entrepreneur and former state Rep. Victor Mitchell and investment banker Doug […]

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Jared WrightJared WrightNovember 7, 20164min820

If you haven’t voted yet — and you are wondering what to do, let me share a thought. I have written recently that I disagree with Hillary Clinton on policy and believe she has committed crimes. But, I have also conveyed a disappointment in Trump’s lack of decorum. Despite that conundrum, I voted for Trump. How did I do that if I prefer a minimum dignity threshold for public office? I liken it to a wrestling match, where both contenders have sloppy technique, but one wins on points.