Dan Maes spokesman not worried about falling below 10% support, thinks TV ad may turn tide

Last week, Colorado Republican Party boss Dick Wadhams said he wasn't worried about Dan Maes falling beneath 10 percent support. But plenty of other folks seem to be, judging by today's Denver Post, which outlines the prospect of the GOP winding up with minority party status if Maes doesn't register double digits.

Not to worry, responds Maes spokesman Nate Strauch, who sees an upturn ahead.

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