From Ballot Access News:
On April 20, Howard Phillips, founder of the Constitution Party, died. He was age 72 and lived in Virginia. Thanks to Darcy Richardson for this news.
The following was posted on Conservative Heritage Times website by RedPhillips:
Howard Phillips (no relation) has passed away. This is sad news. He was a good Christian, a good man and a good conservative. He will be missed. Phillips was a Nixon Administration official, but left the GOP due to its ever leftward drift. He founded the Constitution Party and was three times its candidate for President. May he Rest in Peace. The (real) conservative movement has lost a giant
According to Wikipedia, he died from diabetic complications.
To read an obituary in The Washington Times, go to the following link:
The following is taken from John Loften’s Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/john.lofton.75)
HOWARD PHILLIPS, a longtime friend (more than 40 years), has died. I will be posting here two TV shows we did together (I983, 1984) and some of my memories of him….meanwhile, please pray for his family that God will comfort them in their grief….
HOWARD, HARVARD AND ME*. From October 5-December 1981, Howard Phillips conducted a series of nine seminars for Harvard students under the auspices of the Kennedy Institute of Politics. I was one of the participants. This book has the transcripts of our presentations and the Q and A sessions following. On the cover here are Howard, Paul Weyrich, me, Brig. Gen. Albion Knight, Morton Blackwell, Richard Viguerie. Some of these books avail on Amazon…