William “Bill” Mohr, chairman of the Michigan Taxpayers Party, member of the Constitution Party executive committee, and the 2020 vice presidential nominee of the Constitution Party died Thursday at the age of 62. A cause of death has not been reported.
The Constitution Party sent out the following email about the 2020 presidential election from outgoing party chairman Frank Fluckiger:
The 2020 Presidential Elections are still on the minds of many Americans. As a member of the Constitution Party Executive Committee, I did an analysis of the election which I shared with the members of that committee.… Read more ...
As part of the May 2020 edition of the Wikinews feature on the 2020 presidential election published last week, I conducted three short interviews with three vice presidential candidates. Those candidates were Michigan Taxpayers Party chairman William Mohr of the Constitution Party, podcaster Spike Cohen of the Libertarian Party, and Angela Walker, the running mate of presumptive Green Party presidential nominee Howie Hawkins.… Read more ...
Earlier this week on the campaign website of businessman Don Blankenship, the Constitution Party released the following statement concerning its nomination last week of Blankenship for President and Michigan Taxpayers Party chairman William Mohr for Vice President.
The Constitution Party held its Presidential Nominating Convention telephonically on May 1 and 2, 2020. … Read more ...
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:
- Blankenship 139.5
- Charles Kraut 77.8
- Samm Tittle 46.35
- Don Grundmann 25.25
- Daniel Clyde Cummings 13.1
- Blankenship 177
- Kraut 86.75
- Grundmann 24
- Tittle 21.25
Blankenship, 70, was the CEO of Massey, a coal mining company, from 2000 until 2010. … Read more ...