Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis has refused to release his tax returns, a position that breaks from routine campaign practices in Colorado and nationally.
"He's already disclosed what he's required to publicly," said spokesman Sean Duffy. "At this point he's not prepared to turn over . . . income taxes."
GOP candidate Dan Maes also rejected The Denver Post's request for his tax returns. Democratic candidate John Hickenlooper has pledged to release 10 years of his returns by the end of next week.