The national Independent American Party is a minor right-wing constitutionalist political party, similar to the Constitution Party. From Wikipedia:
The Independent American Party (IAP) officially started in 1998. It began as the Utah Independent American Party. The founders claim to have been inspired by a speech given by Ezra Taft Benson, former United States Secretary of Agriculture, entitled “The Proper Role of Government”. The initial party platform was based on Benson’s beliefs. The 15 principles for the proper role of government, taken from his speech, are held as the IAP’s basis for recruiting.
In 2001 the IAP grew from one state party (Utah) to three organized state parties (Minnesota, Tennessee and Utah), and twelve prospective state parties. Area Coordinators were assigned to each of four regions of the country. The IAP adopted its first National Platform in August, 2002 and ended the year with three organized and 18 prospective state parties…
By 2004 the party involvement dwindled, and did not have ballot status in any state. However, in 2012 the Party gained ballot access in New Mexico. It ran Jon Barrie for U.S. Senate. He received 28,199 votes, or 3.63%. However, Barrie left the party after the election and joined the Constitution Party.
The following are IAP-Supported candidates for 2014 (so far):
Mr. Pro Life, running for Governor (Idaho)
Mrs. Kirsten Richardson, State Senate, 8th Congressional District (Idaho)
Mr. Pedro Sotelo, State Senate, 8th Congressional District (Missouri)
Robert Gorgoglione, State Senate, 30th Legislative District (Idaho)
David Hay, State Rep., 30th Legislative District (Idaho)
National IAP website: