Hispanics support Tancredo position on amnesty over Marco Rubio & The “Gang of Eight”.

(Full version of July 9 Press Release)

Survey shows that Hispanics, by wide-margin, want”Border Security First”.

(DENVER) – A new poll show shows that a large majority of Hispanic voters support the position of Colorado Gubernatorial candidate, Tom Tancredo, over the position of Marco Rubio, John McCain, and current Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, all backers of the”Gang of Eight” Amnesty Bill.

The survey was done by GOP Pollster, John McLaughlin (www.mclaughlinonline.com) and shows that by a margin of 60 to 34 percent, registered Hispanic voters only support granting legal status to illegal immigrants after work is complete to stop at least 90% of future illegal immigration into the USA. Even among Hispanic adults who are not registered to vote, the margin was almost identical at 60 to 32 percent.

“Once again we have a shining example of the political class failing to understand the pulse of the American people.” said gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo. “The fact is that Americans from all backgrounds understand the need for any sovereign nation to secure its borders. Doing so isn’t just a matter of national security; there are severe economic realities that must be considered. I believe it is a dereliction of duty for any politician to ignore these facts.”

Tancredo added,”Despite what detractors have said, my thoughts on border security are well within the mainstream of thought in the American Hispanic population. This is a banner that I will gladly carry! Hispanics in Colorado deserve a Governor who will represent them. We are all tired of politicians from both parties that simply go along with all that is passed down from powerbrokers, lobbyists, and the media.”

“The chief executive for Colorado must govern with his constituents’ best interests at heart,” said Tancredo. “Colorado Hispanics recognize that open borders mean that those Americans who are on the lowest rung of the economic ladder are impacted more negatively than any other group.”


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