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Howard Phillips Retires

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Howard Phillips, founder of The Conservative Caucus (TCC) and its Chairman since 1974, has resigned, saying that recent health problems required that he “direct my energies on my health, my family life, my spiritual priorities, and my writings.”

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Early Constitution Party Presidential Candidate Considerations for 2012

IPR has been contacted by a number of top Constitution Party activists and leaders over the last couple of weeks who claim to have inside knowledge of the presidential aspirations of several would-be candidates, amongst them several former members of Congress.

Former Congressmen Tom Tancredo and Virgil Goode are considered to be the frontrunners for the nomination if they want it.… Read more ...

Florida US Senate election: Libertarians qualify for first time, Democrat petitions way on, major Republican may switch to independent

The US Senate race in Florida is interesting in several ways. Alex Snitker became the first Libertarian to qualify for the US Senate ballot in the state’s history. The sitting Republican Governor, behind in his own party’s primary, may run as an independent instead. And a Democratic Party candidate has gathered over a hundred thousand signatures to qualify for the ballot instead of paying a filing fee.… Read more ...

Bob Smith Ends Senate Race

Bob Smith is a former Republican U.S. Senator from the State of New Hampshire, as well as a former Presidential candidate in the Republican and Constitution Parties (though the Constitution Party was then called the US Taxpayer’s Party). In 2000 Smith left his party to run for President as the Constitution Party nominee but very shortly thereafter he switched to running as an Independent, and then soon after that he ended his campaign and rejoined the Republican Party.… Read more ...

Former Senator Bob Smith to run in Florida

We’ve previously reported that Bob Smith was considering a run for US Senate in either New Hampshire or Florida. He has made a final decision regarding the location, but not about whether he will actually run. The former Senator says, in this video (embedded below), that he wants to balance budgets, decrease the national debt, right to life, smaller government, lower taxes.… Read more ...

Bob Smith nixes run in New Hampshire, running in Florida instead

We had previously reported that former Senator Bob Smith was considering a run for US Senate in New Hampshire, but I have recieved news, via reliable sources, that Bob Smith has decided not to run in New Hampshire–and has instead shifted gears to testing the waters for a run for the open US Senate seat in Florida.… Read more ...

Former Senator Bob Smith to run for Senate in New Hampshire

My source, a close advisor to Bob Smith, is reporting that the former New Hampshire Senator (who now lives in Florida) is planning to return to New Hampshire and run for the open Senate seat previously filled by Judd Gregg. Sen. Smith has had connections to the Constitution Party throughout his long career.… Read more ...

Former US Congressman John Hostettler to attend Constitution Party event

It has been revealed, through the Constitution Party’s Email Newsletter, that former Republican congressman John Hostettler from Indiana will be addressing the Constitution Party’s national committee meeting in Orlando, Florida on December 12-13. John Hostettler served in Congress from 1994 until 2006 and was one of the six house Republicans who voted against the War in Iraq (the others were Ron Paul, John Duncan Jr.,… Read more ...