Joshua Fauver, a Green Party member and the co-founder of American Third Party Report, created the following Change.org petition today:
The mantra, indeed the motto, of the Free and Equal Election Foundation is “More Voices, More Choices.” In the interest in living up to that high creed we (the list signatories of this petition) would like to request that the Free and Equal Election Foundation set the criteria for receiving invitation to their Open Presidential Debate at the United We Stand Fest on October the 25th in Boulder, Colorado.
Darrell Castle, the Constitution Party presidential candidate, made an appearance on the Jason Stapleton Program on September 14th, 2016. About Castle, Stapleton said in his introduction of the Tennessee lawyer: “He is running on what I would consider a very libertarian platform. “
However, Castle said at the 7:05 minute mark:
Well first of all, Jason, let me tell you that I’ve never said I was more libertarian than Gary Johnson.
American Third Party Report: Darrell Castle, the Constitution Party’s presidential candidate, attended the Minnesota State Fair in Falcon Heights on September 3rd, 2016. He and his campaign manager -his wife, Joan Weil Castle – recorded a short two-minute video at the fair (the same day, the state fair set a new historical record for single-day attendance at 260,374 people) :
Castle’s campaign also posted 17 photos from his appearance at the state fair on the campaign’s Facebook page, courtesy of Constitution Party of Minnesota member Tim Utz.… Read more ...
American Third Party Report: On August 29th, 2016, at 8 PM CST, Constitution Party presidential candidate Darrell Castle held his first live stream Q&A session with his supporters over Facebook. The livestream allowed supporters of Castle to ask questions directly in the comments underneath the live video. The first question Castle answered was from this ATPR editor with regards to his ballot access situation in Tennessee.… Read more ...
Some libertarians, upset with the nomination of Gary Johnson, as well as the choices of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, have begun pondering the possibility of voting for Constitution Party candidate Darrell Castle.
Video of Chad Koppie’s full speech and an edited, condensed version of the audience Q&A that followed (Recorded by ATPR).
On August 20th, 2016, Chad Koppie, the Constitution Party’s U.S. Senate candidate in Illinois, delivered a speech to a meeting of the Illinois Center Right Coalition (ICRC) held in Niles Public Library.… Read more ...
News release from the Constitution Party, August 22nd, 2016:
PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM NATIONAL CHAIRMAN
Dear Fellow Patriot:
We have some great news to share with you! We received word this past two weeks that Washington State, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Louisiana are now ballot qualified. Ohio, Iowa and Tennessee have turned in their petitions with well over the number required so they are all looking good. … Read more ...
Darrell Castle, the Constitution Party’s presidential candidate
Dan Phillips, also known as Red Phillips, is an IPR contributor. He originally published the following article at EconomicPopulist.org on August 15th, 2016:
Anti-Trump “conservatives” act as if they are the only group of people who have ever faced having a nominee of their party that they don’t like and don’t believe represents their party well, but I’ve got news for them.… Read more ...
On August 3, the Idaho Secretary of State wrote a letter to Darrell Castle, saying the office believes he is circulating an independent presidential petition, and warning him that if he submits the required 1,000 signatures by the August 24 deadline, the office will reject it because sec.
The following is an August 5th, 2016 news release from the Constitution Party (the Constitution Party’s presidential nominee is Darrell Castle, who is, according to the Constitution Party, currently on the ballot in 20 states for a total access to 182 electoral votes):