Constitution Party Presidential Candidates Answer Extensive Questionaires

There are five presidential candidates vying for the nomination of the Constitution Party. Each of them answered a questionnaire which was put out by the Constitution Party of Indiana a couple of months ago. They are posted online. Michael Kennedy of Maryland, Laurie Roth of Washington, Susan Ducey of Kansas, Robby Wells of North Carolina, and Virgil Goode of Virginia.

Robby Wells’ last FEC filing was at the end of 2011, when he had raised $8495, but was $24,294 in debt. By the time Wells filled out his questionnaire, only 16 days later, he claimed to have raised $50,000.

Virgil Goode’s latest FEC filing covers through 3/31/2012. He had total receipts amounting to $56,104, with over $30,000 cash on hand still.

Susan Ducey, Michael Kennedy, and Laurie Roth either have not filed or their filing could not be found.

8 thoughts on “Constitution Party Presidential Candidates Answer Extensive Questionaires

  1. William Saturn

    Please change “Constitution Party of Illinois” to “Constitution Party of Indiana”

  2. Trent Hill Post author

    Whoops–quite right William. If you get a chance, go ahead and change it.

  3. NewFederalist

    I only read Goode’s response but it was interesting. Why he disagrees with repeal of the 17th Amendment and still believes all spending bills should originate in the House is a mystery to me. I got the sense that his answers were a bit contrived to appease his audience.

  4. Steve

    @2 – Goode’s money all came from transferring what was left of his Congressional account into his Presidential race.

  5. Trent Hill Post author

    My favorite was Roth–who simply wrote that her opponents were “The Devil.”

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