Now he is running for Colorado Governor as a third-party candidate. Polls show him with some support, but still a distant third. If you combine his numbers with those of the Republican candidate Dan Maes they outnumber the Democratic candidate. Still, Tancredo says that his running is not an ego trip or an attempt to block the GOP.
But Tancredo pushed back against charges he is hurting conservatives, arguing he has better odds of winning the three-way race than Maes has of defeating Hickenlooper one-on-one. Tancredo said Maes cannot and should not win the general election.
“I don’t believe he is the person he says he is,” Tancredo said of Maes.
Still, it does appear that Tancredo's candidacy is hurting the state GOP-- although it is unclear whether or not Maes would actually be able to win in November in a one-on-one race.
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