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Map of Constitution Party Nomination: State by State Results

Referencing this post, I have compiled a map of the Constitution Party’s state by state Presidential nomination votes.

Red = Goode carried all votes
Red-Orange = Goode carried a majority of votes
Blue = Castle carried all votes
Light-Blue = Castle carried majority of votes
Green = Wells carried all votes
Light-Green = Wells carried majority of votes
Purple = Ducey carried all votes
Grey = Vote was tied or very nearly tied
White = No votes for this state

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Constitution Party: Presidential Nomination Vote Breakdown by State

The Constitution Party National Convention is coming to a close and the news is coming in fast. We reported earlier today that Virgil Goode had won the Presidential nomination of the party with 203 of 403 possible votes. This is how the votes were cast by state:

AZ: 6 votes for Castle
CA: 8 votes for Goode
CO: 9 votes for Goode, 5 votes for Wells
CT: 1 vote for Castle, 1 vote for Goode, 1 vote for Wells
FL: 5 votes for Castle, 25 votes for Goode, 5 votes for Wells
GA: 2 votes for Goode, 2 votes for Wells
IL: 1 vote for Castle, 4 votes for Wells
IN: 2 votes for Castle, 1 for Wells
IA: 7 votes for Goode
KS: 10 votes for Ducey
LA: 8 votes for Goode
MD: 1 vote for Castle, 7 votes for Goode, 1 vote for Roth, 6 votes for Wells
MA: 3 votes for Goode
MI: 5 votes for Ducey, 10 votes for Goode, 5 votes for Roth, 6 votes for Wells
MN: 6 votes for Castle, 2 votes for Goode, 6 votes for Wells
MS: 6 votes for Castle, 2 votes for Goode, 4 votes for Wells
MO: 11 votes for Goode, 7 votes for Wells
NE: 5 votes for Goode
NV: 10 votes for Goode
NJ: 11 votes for Castle, 11 votes for Goode
NY: 3 votes for Castle, 2 votes for Goode, 3 votes for Wells
NC: 2 votes for Goode, 1 vote for Wells
OH: 20 votes for Goode
OK: 9 votes for Goode
PA: 2 votes for Castle, 10 votes for Goode
SC: 15 votes for Castle
SD: 9 votes for Castle, 1 vote for Goode, 1 vote for Wells
TN: 20 votes for Castle
TX: 3 for Castle, 3 for Goode
UT: 13 votes for Castle, 3 votes for Goode
VT: 3 votes for Goode
VA: 23 votes for Goode
WA: 16 votes for Castle, 3 votes for Goode
WV: 6 votes for Wells
WY: 3 votes for Goode

Goode did not win the nomination until the very last state, Wyoming, awarded its vote.… Read more ...

Constitution Party Presidential Candidates Answer Extensive Questionaires

There are five presidential candidates vying for the nomination of the Constitution Party. Each of them answered a questionnaire which was put out by the Constitution Party of Indiana a couple of months ago. They are posted online. Michael Kennedy of Maryland, Laurie Roth of Washington, Susan Ducey of Kansas, Robby Wells of North Carolina, and Virgil Goode of Virginia.… Read more ...

Randy Stufflebeam Gives His Reasoning for Running for National Chair for the Constitution Party

In an interview with a BlogTalkRadio show host, Aaron Lyles, Randy Stufflebeam gives his reasoning for wanting to run for National Chairman of the Constitution Party.

The full interview can be heard here. As of now, no other candidate has announced as chair. Outgoing chair, Jim Clymer, has not endorsed anyone, either.… Read more ...

Video of Constitution Party Presidential Debate, March 31, 2012

On March 31, 2012, four Constitution Party candidates for President held a debate in Lansing, Michigan. The four candidates were Dr. Laurie Roth, Susan Ducey, former U.S. Rep. Virgil Goode, and former Savannah State football coach Robby Wells. The video is below; thanks to WKTV and the U.S. Taxpayers Party Michigan for making the video available on YouTube.… Read more ...

Constitution Party Presidential Debate Involves Six Candidates

Saturday, March 31, there will be a presidential debate amongst six candidates seeking the nomination of the Constitution Party. The debate will be held in Lansing, Michigan at 10 a.m., at a restaurant at 3420 South Crayts Road. This event is free to the public, but seating will be limited.

The six candidates that will be attending and participating in the debate are: Susan Ducey of Kansas, former Congressman Virgil Goode of Virginia, Michael Kennedy of Maryland, J.

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Hartman Declines Libertarian Nod in KS-04

Hartman, a millionaire who placed second in a crowded Republican primary to replace outgoing Rep. Todd Tiahrt, released the following statement this afternoon:

Hartman issued the following statement this afternoon:

“After several days of prayerful reflection, I have decided not to seek the Libertarian Party’s Congressional nomination. I am humbled by the Libertarian Party’s consideration and belief in me.

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Libertarian, Reform candidates register in Kansas polls

A SurveyUSA poll of 641 likely Kansas voters (+/- 3.9%) found five percent backing Libertarian U.S. Senate nominee Randall Hodgkinson, and two percent supporting Reform Party candidate Joseph Martin. Incumbent Republican Pat Roberts leads Democrat Jim Slattery 58% to 31%.

In the First U.S. House District, 562 likely voters (+/- 3.5%) gave two percent to Reform Party candidate Kathleen Burton and two percent to Libertarian Jack Warner.… Read more ...