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THE DENVER POST Updated: September 23, 2010 at 12:00 am
THE DENVER POST Updated: September 23, 2010 at 12:00 am • Published: September 23, 2010

Gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo's once robust support for three anti-tax ballot measures has slowly deflated since the start of September. He's gone from being the only gubernatorial candidate supporting all three measures Sept. 2 to saying he is unsure. Former U.S. Rep. Tancredo, who...

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Gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo's once robust support for three anti-tax ballot measures has slowly deflated since the start of September.

He's gone from being the only gubernatorial candidate supporting all three measures Sept. 2 to saying he is unsure.

Former U.S. Rep. Tancredo, who also did a stint on the state's powerful Joint Budget Committee, has told crowds that he needs to further review the legislative analysis of the proposals and that "they won't pass."

Political analysts say that as Tancredo starts viewing himself as the leading conservative challenger to the Democratic front-runner, he's trying to wade a little further into the mainstream on the three controversial



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