A former U.S. Senate candidate and longtime Logan resident with eyes on the White House recently discussed the campaign he hopes to run.
Scott Bradley will again run for national office this election season as part of the Constitution Party — but this time, the race is for the White House. At the Constitution Party National Convention in April 13 to 16 in Salt Lake City, Bradley was chosen as the running mate of Tennessee attorney and former national party vice-chairman Darrell Castle to round out the third party’s presidential ticket.
“It’s not something I sought at all at any time, ever,” Bradley said. “Before (Castle) was nominated, he asked if I would consider serving as his running mate. Before he went to name his running mate, I had a heart-to-heart talk with him and suggested somebody else. I’m honored, but the race is not about me or about Darrell — the real purpose is to try to restore the principles this nation was founded on.”
A former administrator at Utah State University and a current independent business owner, Bradley is also the chairman of the Constitution Commemoration Foundation, a nonprofit educational organization dedicated toward increasing understanding of the U.S. Constitution and encouraging a return to the style of limited government it claims was envisioned by the framers of the original document.