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Bolstering America with Constitutional Representatives

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Bards Logic Welcomes Constitution Party Gubernatorial Candidate Randy Stufflebeam. If you want more representatives that are outsiders, non-establishment, patriotic types, then consider supporting our guest.

Randy: I consider my years of service on active duty to be defending our Constitution (and of course our country and my family) against “the foreign enemy.”  HOWEVER, it didn't take long after I retired in 2003 to discover that "the domestic enemy" is a far more evil, vile and dangerous enemy than any foreign enemy we have ever faced. 

On January 30, 2004, I was elected as the Vice-Chairman.  In January 2005, I became the Chairman of the state party and filled that role until March 13, 2010.  From July, 2006 until April 2012, I have served as Chairman of the Constitution Party's Midwestern United States Region, which includes 12 states. In 2006, after being denied ballot access, I ran for Governor of Illinois as a write-in candidate. On November 7, 2006, I received 19,020 officially recorded votes, smashing the previous record set by Ralph Nader in 2004. In 2010, I ran for the U.S. Senate.  We delivered over 34,000 signatures covering a requirement of 25,000 signatures. The Republicans objected to over 17,000 signatures. In the end, the Republican Party spent nearly a quarter of a million dollars and kept us off the ballot by 65 signatures. In 2012, was elected as Vice-Chairman of the party. I was also elected as the 2nd-Vice-Chairman of the Constitution Party of Illinois in 2012. I am a charter member as well as being a member of the board of the Veteran’s Coalition, which is an official extension of the Constitution Party focused on bringing veterans on board to help us save our nation.

His Website: http://www.runrandyrun.com

 

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