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Tom Tancredo congratulates Dan Maes for raising only $14,467

Conservative gubernatorial candidate, Tom Tancredo, issued a congratulatory note to Republican Dan Maes for raising only $14,467 in the two weeks ended Sept. 15. “Dan Maes said he would make history. Well he has. Dan raised less money in a reporting period than any other Republican candidate for Governor of Colorado ever has. Congratulations, Dan,” Tancredo’s campaign manager, Bay Buchanan wrote in a statement. Maes has been toast since early June.

Tancredo reported $120,429.06 in net contributions after returns, bringing his total for the campaign to $318,118.47. He had $80,503.61 on hand on Sept. 15. These numbers show that he is collecting money faster in September than he did in August when he collected about just under $200,000.

Governor-elect John Hickenlooper netted $215,400.32 in contributions in the period. He has raised $2,954,822.48 and had $228,629.16 on hand on Sept. 15, having spent most of his funds on yet to be used advertising.

Maes has raised a total of $255,197.60 for his campaign and had $23,963.43 on hand on Sept. 15, according to his filing with the Secretary of State.

LINK: Dan Maes report to Secretary of state.

Posted by Donald E. L. Johnson on 09/21/2010 at 04:12 PM

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