Tom Tancredo is a lifelong conservative with nearly a decade of experience in the U.S. Congress. There he advanced his reputation as a solid pro-life, pro-gun, small government Republican, and emerged as the leader in the national struggle for true immigration reform.
Before his election to Congress, he served five years in the Colorado legislature, and was appointed regional representative for the Department of Education by President Reagan, a position he held for over ten years.
Congressman Tancredo lives with his wife Jackie in Littleton, Colorado. They have been married 30 years and have two sons and five grandsons.
Voting Record American Conservative Union A+ National Right to Life Committee A National Rifle Association A Family Research Council A National Taxpayers Union A Americans for Better Immigration A+ National Federation of
The Washington Post calls him a “firebrand” on illegal immigration
- U.S. News reports that he “has won a national profile” with his tough immigration stance
- David Yepsen, Dean of Iowa’s political correspondents, writes in the Daily Register that Tancredo is “onto something…The problems surrounding (illegal immigration) are getting worse. More and more voters are upset about it all, and this issue could be a huge one in 2008.”
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