Open Presidential Debate Features Don Blankenship

The Free and Equal Foundation will be hosting its second 2020

Open Presidential Debate Live

Thursday, 8 October, 2020 @ 7:00 p.m. CDT

 

The event can be seen on

YouTube

Facebook Live

 

The five candidates who have except the invitation to participate in the debate are:

 

Don Blankenship, Constitution Party

Brian Carroll, American Solidarity Party

Howie Hawkins, Green Party

Gloria La Riva, Party for Socialism & Liberation

Brock Pierce, Independent

Don Blankenship National Tele Town Hall

This is an invitation to join us for a Townhall Q&A with the Constitution Party’s Presidential candidate Don Blankenship!

8:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. EDT

Don will be on hand to answer pre-sent questions through email and questions presented at the Townhall. We will do our best to get as many questions to him as possible.
We will open with Don telling us a little about himself and why he is running for President. Then on to the Q&A.
As participants you may send in questions or ask them by text as the Townhall progresses.
There is a limited number of participants so sign in a little early so we can start on time.
The Constitution Party of New York is honored to host this unique event.
CONFERENCE CALL OR VIDEO CHOICES
Conference Call:
Dial-in number:
(605) 468-8846
Access code:
991526
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Video Link:

Fall 2020 National Committee Meeting – Phoenix, Arizona

   HERE WE GO! FALL 2020
CONSTITUTION PARTY 
NATIONAL COMMITTEE MEETING IN PHOENIX

November 6 – 7, 2020

 

 

Registration Information:

Venue Information: 

  • Hospelhorn Property
    1473 West Tonto Street
    Apache Junction, Arizona 85120
    There will be a Meet and Greet from 6pm – 9pm Thursday evening November 5, 2020 with finger food/drinks at the Hospelhorn Property.
    Google map and directions

Lodging:

  • Best Western Apache Junction Website Link: HERE.
    Address: 1101 Apache Trail, Apache Junction, AZ 85120
    Phone: (480) 982-9200
    Breakfast at the hotel, Grab and Go due to Covid-19.
    There’s a great local restaurant if you would like a hot homestyle breakfast, Mickey D’s (not McDonald’s), 2 minutes by car from the Best Western.

 

Constitution Party Nominates Don Blankenship and William Mohr

The Constitution Party held it’s National Convention on May 1 – 2,  The event was it’s first telephonic convention in its history, but the possibility of such a necessity had been prepared for in advance and  the mission of choosing the party standard bearers for the 2020 General Election was accomplished, selecting Don Blankenship of West Virginia as its nominee for President of the United States and Bill Mohr of Michigan for Vice President.

 

Don Blankenship

 

Don Blankenship

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My life, like most of yours, has had its ups and downs. My father and my mom each worked 80 to 90 hours per week, which taught me to be independent at a very early age.

As the saying goes, we were poor but didn’t know it. We had an outhouse that was nicer than the one most of our neighbors had. We always had shoes. My mom was a McCoy, although not directly related to those who feuded with the Hatfield’s in the hills of Kentucky where I was born.

My early years were occupied by baseball, pumping gasoline into coal miners’ cars at our family gas station, and watching Gunsmoke, Andy Griffith, Bonanza, Wagon Train, and Rawhide – that is, after we got our first television when I was seven years old. The town I lived in most of my first 18 years was Delorme, West Virginia, population of 400 at the time – now maybe 200.

 

My first six years of schooling was at Delorme grade school. It too had an outhouse, but the water system was better than at home. It had a hand pump, so you didn’t have to use a bucket to get the water out of the well.​​ 

 

The three things I remember most were the pot belly coal stove, the fact that you could only use two perforations of toilet paper, that there were six of us in my grade, and 36 total in six grades. I also remember that all thirty-six of us would line up outside the school most mornings to sing “God Bless America” and say the “Pledge of Allegiance.” Later, when I went to middle school/high school in Matewan, West Virginia, there were 700 students and 119 in my class. I remember being scared that I would get lost changing classes, but I never did. I managed to graduate second in my class. Although I​​ didn’t want to be, I was elected President of the student body — my first political experience. The school had steam radiator​​ … (Read More)

 

Bill​​ Mohr

 

William (Bill) Mohr was born in 1959 and raised in Byron Center, Michigan. ​​ He was one of six children, three sisters and two brothers. ​​ He is married to Cheryl and is a father to six​​ children, four step children and 18 grandchildren.

 

Bill has worked at a number of jobs over the years including over-the-road truck driving and managing a food production plant. ​​ For the recent 10 years Bill has been self employed in the housing industry. ​​​​ 

 

Bill spent​​ six years as a Precinct Delegate with the Republican Party, but switched his affiliation to the Constitution Party in 2005. ​​ For eight of the last ten years, he has Chaired the State Central Committee of the US Taxpayers Party of Michigan (Michigan’s affiliate of the Constitution Party), and the party has experienced solid and consistent growth under his leadership.

 

Campaign Statement

 

These are very uncertain times in our nation. ​​ 

 

The American people have been perplexed with very poor governance; unconstitutional law, regulation and actions by every level of government. ​​ They have found themselves powerless to get it corrected. ​​ Tea Parties have come and gone, leaving few fragmented groups around the country. ​​ Political action organizations abound, but don’t seem to be able to get the foothold needed to make the changes necessary.

 

The answer to good governance simply lies in the solely in the election of good candidates. ​​ It is not a team sport. ​​ I plead with my peers, the​​ American people, to leave the party politics in the past and vote for candidates that are worthy; candidates who understand the obligation they have to legislate within the confines of the Constitution. ​​ 

 

Don Blankenship and William Mohr fit that bill. ​​ We will take our oath of office very seriously and fully expect the American people to hold us accountable to it.