James Hedges Seeks Prohibition Party Presidential Nomination in 2012

Ballot Access News:

On February 18, James Hedges, a long-time activist in the Prohibition Party, declared his candidacy for the party’s presidential nomination in 2012. He is the only person who has won a partisan election as a Prohibition Party nominee in the last 50 years. He was elected Assessor of Thompson Township, Fulton County, Pennsylvania, in 2001, and re-elected in 2005.

The Prohibition Party is ballot-qualified in one state, Florida. Hedges is 71 and lives in Big Cove Tannery, Pennsylvania, in Fulton County. He has been active in local government and in civic groups, and was once a member of the United States Marine Band in Washington, D.C.

5 thoughts on “James Hedges Seeks Prohibition Party Presidential Nomination in 2012

  1. Third Party Revolution

    Third Party Revolution would like to endorse James Hedges in his campaign for President of the United States, along with many other third party and independent candidates seeking public offices nationwide, ranging from local to federal levels.

  2. Jeremy Young

    There may actually be a chairman, and it just hasn’t been announced. Now that Earl Dodge and Gene Amondson are dead, the entire party seems to consist of the guys who maintain the website, plus Hedges. If the web guys haven’t gotten around to posting about the chairmanship, it wouldn’t have gotten reported.

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