Constitution Party National Convention
Constitution Party National Convention is held by the United States Constitution Party every two to four years. To date, there have been five.
- The first National Convention of the U.S. Taxpayers Party was held in September 1992 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
- The Second National Convention of the U.S. Taxpayers Party was held on August 15 and 16 at the Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego, California.
- The 1999 convention was held September 1–6, 1999 at the Regal Riverfront Hotel in St. Louis, Missouri. It was here that the party changed its name from the U.S. Taxpayers Party to the Constitution Party.
- In 2004 the convention was held at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania from June 23-June 26.
Constitution Party National Convention presidential vote, 2008 Candidate Votes Percentage Chuck Baldwin 383.8 74.38% Alan Keyes 125.7 24.36% Max Riekse 4.5 0.87% Daniel Imperato 1.0 0.19% Susan Ducey 1.0 0.19% Totals 516.0 100.00% Constitution Party National Convention vice-presidential vote, 2008 Candidate Votes Percentage Darrell Castle 389.0 75.98% Scott Bradley 58.0 11.33% Don Grundmann 43.7 8.54% Mad Max Riekse 13.3 2.60% Susan Ducey 8.0 1.56% Totals 512.0 100.00%
In addition, there are Constitution Party National Committee meetings. One was held in Concord, New Hampshire, December 1–2, 2006. Another met in Boise, Idaho, April 20-21, 2007 and chose the location of the party's 2008 national convention.
- ^ http://www.calvoter.org/archive/94general/cand/lt/lewi/lewiplat3.html
- ^ http://www.forerunner.com/ccbc/X0041_United_States_Taxpay.html
- ^ Third Party Presidential Nominating Conventions
- ^ National Chairman's Letter
- ^ Constitution Party News (18 May 2008)
- ^ a b "Election 2008 - Primary, Caucus, and Convention Phase". The Green Papers. http://www.thegreenpapers.com/P08/. Retrieved 2008-09-04.
- ^ (July 20, 2011) "Constitution Party National Conference Call on 21 July 11", Independent Political Report. Retrieved October 3, 2011
- ^ http://ballot-access.org/2007/02/28/constitution-party-nat-committee-will-choose-national-convention-city
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