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Dear Constitution Party Members:

I learned this evening that Randy Stufflebeam, the national vice chairman of the party, was involved in a serious motor cycle accident yesterday.  He is at St. Louis University Hospital  with six cracked ribs, a partially collapsed lung, and a broken collar bone.  As you can imagine he is in a lot of pain and will remain in the hospital until the pain level is under control.I do not know any of the details of the accident but I do know that his wife, Lisa, would appreciate your prayers for both of them.  We sincerely wish her strength and him a speedy recovery.

Frank Fluckiger
National Chairman




The Difference Between Liberty and Freedom from Constitution Party on Vimeo.

Filled with profound insight, this presentation looks not only at the difference between liberty and freedom, but at the values and character necessary to remain a free people. If this were taught in every high school civics class, America would be a changed nation inside of a generation.

Presented by Jim Noorlander, construction business owner and 2008 Utah Congressional candidate, at the Constitution Party National Committee Meeting in Denver, Colorado, September 28, 2013.




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Election Reform

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State Banking

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Why Aren’t We Winning?

by National Chairman, Frank Fluckiger 26 March 2015 Some members contact me and complain that the American voters are not waking up in time. I understand their frustration. News headlines remind me each day how far this nation has strayed more »