At its National Convention online today, the Constitution Party nominated former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship for President on the second ballot. William Mohr was nominated unanimously for vice president.
As posted at Ballot Access News, the vote went as follows:
As Ballot Access Newsreports, the Constitution Party yesterday changed its National Convention from a meatspace affair to a cyberspace event. This comes as the coronavirus pandemic forces closures around the world, with local governments shuttering nonessential businesses and advising or ordering residents to remain home.
The party’s executive committee voted to hold the convention by video-conference May 1-2, rather than the planned venue of St.… Read more ...
The city of St. Louis, Missouri has banned any public gatherings of more than fifty people due to the coronavirus pandemic. Therefore, unless the ban is lifted before the planned Constitution Party National Convention on April 29 through May 2, the Convention will not be able to go forward.
With the threat of coronavirus cancelling large gatherings, I have attempted to contact the leadership of the Constitution Party since earlier this week to confirm whether the National Convention will go forward as scheduled April 29 to May 2 in St. Louis, Missouri. Thus far I have received no responses. I discussed the matter with Constitution Party presidential candidate Dr.… Read more ...
The Constitution Party of Idaho held its presidential primary on Super Tuesday 2.0 (March 10).
According to the results posted on the State of Idaho Elections Department website, Don Blankenship leads with 237 votes (27.37%). The website does not show what percentage of the vote has been published.