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Constitution Party: Your Help Is Again Urgently Needed

The Constitution Party sent the following message to the party’s email subscribers Thursday seeking presidential electors:

Because of your tremendous response, we succeeded in getting 55 electors in California. Your support was incredible! Securing those 55 electors was a prerequisite that provides the Constitution Party presidential candidate, Don Blankenship, with a strong probability of being on the California ballot this November.

Each candidate that runs for the office of president needs to supply each Secretary of State with the number of electors that equals the number of electoral votes of that state. The electors of the winning candidate simply cast their electoral votes in December for that candidate. There is no special requirement needed other than providing us with your name and your physical address.

We now need your support in getting three electors in Alaska, three in Vermont, and 10 in the state of Minnesota.

In Alaska, we have enough signatures to gain ballot status but need three electors. In Vermont, we have met the requirements to be on the ballot, but need three electors. Again, only your name and physical address are needed by the state. Also, please provide us with a current email and a current phone number so that we can contact you if necessary.

We must provide the information on the electors when we file the paperwork in all three states. Time is of the essence! Take some time to review Don Blankenship’s website, which is donblankenship2020.com It is well done and very impressive.

If you live in Alaska, Vermont, or Minnesota, or have family or friends who do and are willing to serve as an elector, please have them forward their full name and physical address to:

Glen Miller at glenemiller@hotmail.com.
If you have questions, you can reach Glen at 801-663-1678.

If your spouse or like-minded friends and family would also be willing to serve, please contact them immediately and forward this information on to them.

I want to express my sincere thanks to each of you in advance for your help in this regard. It is absolutely critical that we get Blankenship on the ballot in these states.

In the Cause of Liberty,

National Chairman
Constitution Party

10 Comments

  1. paulie paulie August 6, 2020

    Yeah, that’s an easy one, LOL.

  2. J.R. Myers J.R. Myers August 6, 2020

    All I know is, it won’t be Collins.

  3. paulie paulie July 27, 2020

    Saturn thinks Rocky’s buying it. We shall see.

  4. Justice Apash Justice Apash July 26, 2020

    I doubt that the AIP will give their ballot acesss to Don Blankenship but if it did then it would be a huge victory in a bad year for the Constitution Party.

  5. paulie paulie July 26, 2020

    RTAA:

    No, they haven’t updated their website in years. They may or may not have decided to run Trump again, but checking their website wouldn’t be the way to know.

  6. paulie paulie July 26, 2020

    NF: Apparently they have some weird bylaw that the changeover doesn’t take place until months later.

  7. Root's Teeth Are Awesome Root's Teeth Are Awesome July 26, 2020

    The AIP seems to have already decided on Trump for 2020: http://aipca.org/

    I don’t know how official that is.

  8. NewFederalist NewFederalist July 26, 2020

    I thought Frank Fluckiger was no longer the chairman. I thought Jim Clymer was chair again.

  9. paulie paulie July 26, 2020

    I think they are hoping either for the AIP nomination or success in their lawsuit over the signature requirement.

  10. Root's Teeth Are Awesome Root's Teeth Are Awesome July 26, 2020

    Securing those 55 electors was a prerequisite that provides the Constitution Party presidential candidate, Don Blankenship, with a strong probability of being on the California ballot this November.

    Well, no. It means that he’ll be a certified write-in candidate. Write-in votes for him will be counted.

    It does not mean his name will appear on the ballot.

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