The 2016 campaign season is heating up, and the Constitution Party National Convention will have several candidates from which to choose their nominee when in Salt Lake City (April 15th and 16th).
Constitution Party voters will have several opportunities to see some of the Constitution Party candidates together for the first time this month.
FEBRUARY 22: Sally Baptiste, host of the American Statesman radio show, will moderate an online live debate between three of the candidates. 7:00 pm Eastern Time. Listen at American Statesman Radio.
FEBRUARY 27: The Constitution Party of Idaho will host the first face-to-face debate between three of the candidates seeking the presidential nominee. Candidates Copeland, Myers and Ockander will also appear one week later, March 8 on the Idaho Constitution Party primary ballot, an historic first for the Idaho party. The event will take place from 12:30 to 3:30 pm in the Hayes Auditorium of the downtown Boise Public Library, located at 715 South Capitol Boulevard. The debate is open to the public and will be followed by a Meet and Greet dinner with the three candidates.
The Constitution Party of Idaho is now gathering questions from the public for the upcoming Boise Debate. Please visit this link to Submit Your Questions.
MARCH 12: The Constitution Party of Minnesota has tentatively scheduled their statewide convention in Minneapolis on March 12th. They are planning on hosting a debate between several presidential candidates at this meeting. More details will be posted as soon as available.
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The first debate is between Constitution Party candidate J. R. Myers and Libertarian candidate Marc Feldman. View the debate video here.
For details about the upcoming 2016 National Presidential Nominating Convention, visit the National Events page.
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