Constitution Party of South Dakota Holds State Convention

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The Constitution Party of South Dakota will hold their annual state convention on June 19 at the Washington Pavilion of Arts and Sciences, 301 S. Main Ave., Sioux Falls. The convention will run from 1-5 p.m.

Candidates will be nominated for Secretary of State, Attorney General, State Auditor, State Treasurer, Commissioner of School and Public Lands, and Public Utilities Commission. Potential candidates may contact Joy Howe, chairperson, for further information at 582-2551.

Keynote speaker will be Mary Webster, author of The Federalist Papers: In modern English. Her address is entitled, “The Ideas that set us Free.”

The Constitution Party of South Dakota website can be found here.

8 thoughts on “Constitution Party of South Dakota Holds State Convention

  1. Trent Hill Post author

    Doh. South Dakota. Sorry. They will also be on the ballot in Wyoming.

  2. Don Wills

    Trent – you’re still not making sense. Who will be on the ballot in Wyoming? Folks nominated in South Dakota? Maybe you should just delete the entire article.

  3. Trent Hill Post author

    Um, the article makes perfect sense now, Don. Read it again–it only concerns South Dakota.

  4. Richard Winger

    The Constitution Party of South Dakota has been continuously ballot-qualified since early 2008. It didn’t recently get on the ballot in South Dakota.

    The big story about the Constitution Party of South Dakota is its lawsuit to overturn the state law that makes it very rough for small ballot-qualified parties to put candidates on its own primary ballot. If this case wins, that should give some hope for ballot-qualified parties in other states with similar restrictions, especially Maine and Massachusetts. I hope the Massachusetts Libertarians are paying attention.

  5. Trent Hill Post author

    We already reported on that story, Richard. Thanks for the correction RE: ballot status.

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