Former Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo has formally announced his entry into the Colorado Governor’s race. Tancredo is leaving the party to run as a third party candidate on the American Constitution Party ticket. He’s said he has no choice but to step in because he believes the two scandal-ridden Republicans currently vying for the seat can’t win this fall. But as Bente Birkeland reports, many state Republicans are miffed over the move.

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