Super Tuesday: Phil Collins Leading California’s AIP Presidential Primary

No. Not that Phil Collins . . .

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Not all the votes have been counted, but according to the California Secretary of State website, the current tally is:

  • Don Blankenship – 7,197 votes (19.5%)
  • Phil Collins – 12,097 votes (32.8%)
  • Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente – 7,815 votes (21.2%)
  • Charles Kraut – 4,431 votes (12.0%)
  • J.R. Myers – 5,339 votes (14.5%)

The primary is non-binding. In 2016, Alan Spears won the AIP primary but the party nominated Donald Trump for president and may do so again this year.

9 thoughts on “Super Tuesday: Phil Collins Leading California’s AIP Presidential Primary

  1. Root's Teeth Are Awesome

    I expect the AIP will nominate Trump for president, as they did in 2016. Their website’s front page already implies that Trump will be their 2020 nominee: http://aipca.org/

    That’s been on their website for a least a year.

    I suppose the AIP likes to imagine that they’ve elected a president, just as they like to imagine that they’re America’s third largest political party (because of ignorant voter registrations).

  2. William Saturn Post author

    And many of those ignorant registrants are the same people who didn’t know any better and thought they were voting for the musician Phil Collins.

  3. John Richard Myers

    It has been falsely reported by some in the Idaho press that I have dropped out if the POTUS race. This is absolutely FALSE. It is a last minute Dirty Campaign Trick.

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    Was there some kind of error in the article? This is what showed up for me, with most of the gobbleygook including links to places. Actually, that’s happening on the site in general (off to the side or beneath all of the comments) but it hasn’t hit the articles themselves before now.

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