Judging from the specific advice offered, the booklet is quite obviously aimed at illegal aliens more than legal immigrantsColorado nixes Web guide for illegals Feb 02, 2005
You should not have any organization, a caucus especially, based solely on raceU.S. Rep. seeks to abolish race caucuses Oct 01, 2003
What I hope to do is raise enough hell to generate momentum in our directionIndia's reverse brain drain Aug 25, 2003
If you think we need a border, then you have to think about what that means in terms of enforcementHomeland security: Parts 6 through 10 Feb 11, 2002
If you think we need a border, then you have to think about what that means in terms of enforcementPart 6: Security locks up the immigration Feb 09, 2002
Thomas Gerard Tancredo (pronounced /tæŋˈkreɪdoʊ/; born December 20, 1945) is an American politician from Colorado, who represented the state's sixth congressional district in the United States House of Representatives from 1999 to 2009, as a Republican. He ran for President of the United States during the 2008 election, and was the Constitution Party's unsuccessful nominee for Governor of Colorado in 2010.
Tancredo was initially elected to the Colorado House of Representatives in 1976 and served two terms. After working in the United States Department of Education during the Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations, he was elected to the United States Congress, and served five terms. He decided to not seek re-election in 2008. Tancredo ran for the Republican Party nomination for President in 2007, centering his campaign on the issues of illegal immigration and terrorism. He dropped out of the race in December 2007 to assist former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney in his campaign for the nomination.
Tancredo announced on July 26, 2010 that he planned to change parties and run for Governor of Colorado on the Constitution Party ticket. He entered the race at the end of August.