September 24, 2013
Mr. Robby Wells, 2016 Presidential Candidate, announced his intentions of seeking the nomination of the Democratic Party for the Office of President of the United States this morning at approximately 8:15 am (est.) on America’s Morning News of Talk Radio Network (TRN). Mr. Wells is being featured daily this week on America’s Morning News to discuss his platform, “The Game Plan,” his life story, and current issues that we are facing as a nation. Talk Radio Network (TRN) is the second largest news talk network in the nation with over 159 stations nationwide that broadcast TRN’s programming.
“It is time for someone to stand up for ‘We the People.’ I have taken that stand. America, I ask you to Rise Up with me as we begin the Restoration of our Republic. May God bless each of you, and may God bless these United States.” – Robby Wells
To view the Candidate’s website, please go towww.robbywells2016.com. All media inquiries may be directed to Aaron Lyles, campaign manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wells ran for the Constitution Party’s presidential nomination 2012 (he came in third place with 14.58% of the vote) and also briefly ran for the Reform Party and Republican Party nominations in addition to running as an independent candidate. He launched his 2016 presidential campaign in November 2012 as an independent.
Following the announcement, Barbie Dunn, Wells’s co-campaign manager along with Aaron Lyles, announced her resignation from the campaign:
Wells’s now sole campaign manager, Aaron Lyles, is the vice-chairman of the Constitution Party of Virginia. Months earlier, there was speculation that Wells might seek the Constitution Party’s nomination again in 2016, and Wells even touted an endorsement from 2012 CP nominee and former congressman Virgil Goode despite this being factually inaccurate. Due to his running under several different party labels, Wells, who has tried in the past to model himself in the image of libertarian icon Ron Paul, has been criticized by many individuals involved in third party politics.