Chad Koppie Considering Constitution Party Bid for President


Chad Koppie

Below is the email response from Phil Collins to an inquiry sent by an IPR writer. Collins is Koppie’s former campaign manager. It is republished here with permission.

Dear xxxx,

During Chad’s last U.S. Senate campaign, I was his campaign manager, so your email was forwarded to me. Yes, he’s considering running for president, for the Constitution Party. I think that he’s the only potential candidate, for that party’s nomination, who has held an elective office. He’s in his second term as a member of the Kane Co., IL Regional Board of Schools. He was also a township trustee and school board member. If he runs, his most important issue will be trying to end abortion, since he says that it’s murder. He also supports cutting federal spending & tax rates and deporting more illegal aliens…

Sincerely,
Phil Collins

8 thoughts on “Chad Koppie Considering Constitution Party Bid for President

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  2. Martin Passoli

    “This isn’t the guy Trent Hill was talking about, is it?”

    LOL. I don’t think so.

  3. Joe Wendt

    If he runs, I think it would be a good move for the Constitution Party. He’s an elected official, he got a decent amount of votes when he was on the ballot in 2008 for US Senate (about 25000 votes), and he seems like a good candidate based on his US Senate campaign site (http://www.chadkoppieforillinois.com/index.php). I like the idea of him running.

  4. RedPhillips Post author

    Here is his most recent post on the Chad Koppie for US Senate Facebook page: In 2016, I’ll probably run for president, for the Constitution Party; for the U.S. Senate, for the Constitution Party; or for the U.S. Senate, as a Republican. Which one do you hope I’ll do?

  5. paulie

    Here is his most recent post on the Chad Koppie for US Senate Facebook page: In 2016, I’ll probably run for president, for the Constitution Party; for the U.S. Senate, for the Constitution Party; or for the U.S. Senate, as a Republican. Which one do you hope I’ll do?

    Oooh, the suspense!

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