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Michael Peroutka Funds Roy Moore’s Run for Office

Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore has, for several years now, been linked with the Constitution Party. Every presidential election cycle he is rumored to be flirting with the Constitution Party and he has maintained links with certain high profile members and former members of the Constitution Party for years. Now he has thrown his hat into the ring for Chief Justice, running for his old job as a Republican. Interestingly, it seems that the Roy Moore campaign’s fundraising has mostly come from one person.

Moore, who announced his candidacy Nov. 22, raised $27,000. Nearly all of that money — $25,000 — came from Michael Peroutka, a Maryland-based attorney, former Constitution Party presidential candidate and head of the Institute on the Constitution, which argues the framers of that docu­ment built it around a bibli­cal worldview. Moore did not report any spending as of Nov. 30.

Michael Peroutka was the Presidential nominee of the Constitution Party in 2004 and now runs the Institute on the Constitution.

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  1. Gary Odom Gary Odom December 6, 2011

    I agree (sincerely) with Mark 100%. I think Judge Moore got bad advice suggesting that he run for Governor [worse advice to run a second time] when he should have gone right back after a judicial position. Bill Shearer, too, felt that Judge Moore was making a mistake by running for Governor rather than seeking to become the Chief Justice again.

    Sincerely, Gary Odom, Chairman
    American Independent Party of California
    (1988-1990) 🙂

  2. Mark Seidenberg Mark Seidenberg December 3, 2011

    This is great news. Moore should be back on the
    Court and should not have left.

    Sincerely, Mark Seidenberg, Chairman,
    American Independent Party of California

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