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Don Blankenship Seeks Constitution Party Presidential Nomination

Back in March, IPR contributor JR Myers said of Don Blankenship, “He has the passion, and the personal understanding of what a corrupt system can do to a person. Don is known to have the resources to fund a serious POTUS campaign.” Now Blankenship, pictured in his 2018 GOP Senate primary campaign, has taken the leap and is seeking the Presidential nomination of the Constitution Party.

UNITED STATES – MAY 3: Don Blankenship, who is running for the Republican nomination for Senate in West Virginia, is seen at a town hall meeting at Macado’s restaurant in Bluefield, W.Va., on May.

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  1. wolfefan wolfefan Post author | November 9, 2019

    I’m still on a learning curve with the posting process, so apologies for any errors in formatting. Anyone who wishes to correct things to standardize them with other posts please feel free and thanks for your help!

  2. Jeff Becker Jeff Becker November 11, 2019

    As an Independent voter, I’d like to see some candidates who focus on actual ideas and not on just attacking their opponents. That, and someone who isn’t wasting their time tweeting all day.

  3. NewFederalist NewFederalist December 15, 2019

    Geez Raymond Davis… you do realize, of course, that there might actually be three potential voters in your district that read/post here, right?

  4. paulie paulie December 20, 2019

    I deleted the off topic comment. It had nothing to do with this article. It would have been OK in open thread, albeit still a waste of time.

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