Prohibition Party Nominates New Ticket, Selects New Chairman

The Prohibition National Committee held a conference call on August 24th. The party selected its new presidential ticket for 2020. Phil Collins was nominated for president, and Billy Joe Parker was nominated for vice-president. The party selected Randy McNutt as its new national chairman, and James Hedges as its new vice-chairman.

8 thoughts on “Prohibition Party Nominates New Ticket, Selects New Chairman

  1. Krzysztof Lesiak

    Good luck to Phil. I’ve met Phil twice in my life: once, at a February 2nd, 2013 GOP fundraiser for Mount Prospect Trustee candidate John Dyslin where David Earl Williams III (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Williams_III) formally announced his candidacy for U.S. Congress (Phil was involved in DEW’s campaign, which I managed from January 10th, 2013 until May 7th, 2013, serving as deputy campaign manager for the first few weeks of the campaign)- the second time I met Phil was at an August 20th, 2016 meeting of the Illinois Center Right Coalition at Niles Public Library in Niles, IL. I can attest with certainty that Phil is an asset to any third party he is involved in. Maybe his campaign will get some traction.

    Here’s a campaign video by Phil Collins:
    Phil Collins – In The Air Tonight (Official Music Video)
    182,126,282 views
    Phil Collins
    Published on May 11, 2010
    “In The Air Tonight” was the first single to be released from Phil Collins’ album “Face Value”, released in 1981.

    Wait….sorry. That’s the wrong Phil Collins. 😉

  2. John Killian

    The Prohibition Party keeps alive history and holds up a message. That is not a joke but is refreshing that someone still cares

  3. paulie

    I mean, I like Phil as a person, but really? The Prohibition Party? That’s a joke in itself.

    It’s the longest continuing non-duopoly national party in the US. And they have a serious agenda, one I strongly disagree with but respect. They have won many ballot access battles in court over the years, benefiting all the rest of us. The only joke is someone who claims without evidence that I lie on IPR then blocks me on FB. Show evidence of what you allege I lied about or apologize.

  4. NewFederalist

    I have tried to vote for the Prohibition national ticket three times in my life but never happened to be in a state where they had ballot status. BTW, this was all before I found the Libertarian Party in 1974. I believe the Drys are an important part of US political history and are a really good protest vote in the absence of other better alternatives. It’s highly unlikely the party will be on the ballot in my current state of residence but if they are and the LP goes with another GOP retread, I would certainly consider them.

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