May 13, 2008
In 1992, a coalition of independent state parties united to form the U.S. Taxpayers Party.
In 1999 convention delegates chose to change the party name to “Constitution Party,” believing that the new name better reflected the party’s primary policy approach of enforcing the U.S. Constitution’s provisions and limitations. Howard Phillips was elected to be the party’s presidential nominee for the 2000 elections. Dr. J. Curtis Frazier of Missouri was selected as his vice-presidential running mate at a meeting of the Party’s National Committee over the Labor Day weekend of 2000.
I helped the Constitution Party become a political party in Kansas by aiding to sign up 50,000 registered voters.
Tired of the lesser of two evils ? The Constitution party could be THE answer. Now to find a way to bring Rush & Hannity on board!
“The strength of our country is the strength
of its religious convictions.”
— President Calvin Coolidge, September 1923