We have a real problem with the Colorado Gubanatorial Republican candidate in Colorado--(Dan Maes.) Maes won the primary because the opposing candidate Scott McInnis flamed out during the primary over plagerism charges. McInnis had a 20+ point lead just two weeks prior to the primary--and Dan Maes--(by default) won the Republican primary. Tom Tancredo--(former Colorado congressman) jumped into this race as a 3rd party candidate running as the Constitutional candidate. Last week Tancredo was only 4 points behind democrat contender John Hickenlooper--and Maes is now floundering in the single digits. Dan Maes has made very BLUNDER in campaign history. Receiving the most in campaign violation fines in this states history--17K--then acting as if he is some kind of Meg Whitman business person--while his personal income tax returns are showing he has been living beneath the poverty level for the past 5 years. To add--he refuses to release his 2009 return. Then to add insult to injury--Coloradoans found out about Maes getting fired from a small police department in Liberal Kansas--because he was leaking information to his girlfriend--whose family was the object of an FBI investigation. Over this last weekend we found out about a personal bankrupsty in 1989. SO THE NEW SCARE tactic IS. Since Maes is already in the single digits--that this will reduce the Republican Party to minority status in Colorado. IOW vote for this incompetance--so your party won't be reduced to minority status-- This issue was already addressed in the Denver Post several weeks ago. That the state legislature in Colorado once reconvended will immediately overrule that law and restate the Republican party has a majority party in this state--no matter what. So have no fear you can vote for Tom Tancredo in this race without losing majority status for the Republican party. The below are comments from FOX news regarding this: Colorado Republicans Facing Minority Status in Gubernatorial Election - FoxNews.com Do not let "scare tactics" rule the day. Vote for Tom Tancredo for the next governor of this state. Simply put--a vote for Dan Maes is just another vote for John Hickenlooper.