Update on Tancredo Money Bomb

The following is from the Tancredo campaign:

At midnight tonight, my Road to Victory Money Bomb comes to an end.

Tomorrow morning, my campaign manager – Bay Buchanan – will make our final media purchases.

My campaign a still far away from her original goal, but I have some wonderful news:

Due to a technical issue, the Money Bomb ticker did not count a large number of donations. (They were properly processed and recorded, but not counted in the ticker.)

We’ve actually raised $86,271 so far!

My campaign has updated the ticker to report the correct amount. And you can watch it grow by visiting the Road to Victory Money Bomb webpage.

But even with this good news, I am still far below our original goal. And I need your help right now.

If you’ve been holding off until the final day — well, here it is!

Please right now — today — chip in a quick $25 or $50 to my Road to Victory Money Bomb.

With your help, we will flood the airways with hard-hitting television and radio commercials exposing the harsh realities of Mayor John Hickenlooper’s Sanctuary City policies.

According to multiple polls, we are running neck-and-neck with Hickenlooper.

One extra television commercial or radio ad could make all the difference.

By throwing in a few dollars, you can change the future of Colorado for the better.

Please act quickly.

Sincerely,
Tom Tancredo

3 thoughts on “Update on Tancredo Money Bomb

  1. Timothy Yung

    This is might be off-topic but is Bay Buchanan more intervionist than her brother Patrick Buchanan. Bay Buchanan backed Mitt Romney during the 2008 election. Again this is off-topic Tom Tancredo would make a good governor but please don’t make him in charge of the miliary. Secure our borders now!

  2. RedPhillips Post author

    Timothy, Bay Buchanan is a convert to Mormonism. That likely had something to do with her support of Romney. Pat also seemed to have nicer and gentler things to say about Romney than he otherwise would have. Some have speculated that this was out of deference to Bay.

  3. '..... just look at the activists ' [Lake]

    In 1976, Buchanan converted from Roman Catholicism to Mormonism.[2]

    Buchanan was the national treasurer of the Reagan for President primary campaigns of 1976 and 1980,

    and the Reagan-Bush general election campaigns of 1980 and again in 1984.[3] After appearing regularly on CNN’s news program “Inside Politics”, she became a commentator for CNN’s The Situation Room, and later,

    Campbell Brown: No Bias, No Bull. She previously served as the co-anchor of Equal Time, on CNBC and MSNBC, and during that time, also hosted a two-hour radio talk show.

    Appointed at the age of 32, Buchanan was the youngest person to serve in the post of Treasurer of the United States.[4]

    She held that post from March 20, 1981 to July 5, 1983, after which she was appointed Chairwoman of the President’s Commission on Women Business Owners.[5][6]

    In 1982, Buchanan married William Jackson, an attorney; they later divorced.[2]

    Buchanan is the mother of three sons:[7] William (born 1983); Thomas (born 1984); and Stuart (born 1987).[2]

    Buchanan managed her brother Pat Buchanan’s three unsuccessful campaigns for President of the United States.

    The co-chair of the California delegation to the 1988 Republican National Convention, Buchanan also served as the co-chair of the defense subcommittee of the Platform Committee.

    In 1990, she ran in the California Republican primary election for state treasurer,[8] against the incumbent, Thomas W. Hayes (who had been appointed to that position following the death of Democrat Jesse Unruh).

    Hayes prevailed, but would go on to lose the general election to Democrat Kathleen Brown.)

    In May 2006, Bay Buchanan was appointed chair of Team America PAC, a political action committee founded by Tom Tancredo.

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