“Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote that he is not making a present or a compliment to please an individual – or at least that he ought not so to do; but that he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country.” ~Samuel Adams


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KEY CANDIDATES 2014

JenniferYoung

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Jennifer Young, Wyoming Secretary of State

Jennifer Young is a grass-roots activist who has led the battle against Common Core in the state of Wyoming.  She is a home maker, grandmother, with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wyoming, where she studied Zoology/Physiology and Bio-medical Engineering.  She is a proven leader with experience serving in leadership positions with the Wyoming Constitution Party, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Search and Rescue, as well as spearheading and organizing over 300 volunteers in a recent petition drive to repeal Senate File 104 in her state. Read these articles about her campaign:   Cindy Hill Champion Launches Wyoming Secretary of State Run   WY Constitution Party Candidate Receives GOP Endorsement   Secretary of State Candidate Emphasizes Constitution, Statesmanship Listen to an interview she did with Cynthia Davis on HOME FRONT: Jennifer Young – Running for Public Office 

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David Lory VanDerBeek, Governor of Nevada

David Lory VanDerBeek is no stranger to Nevada politics.  In 2010 he ran for State Assembly and for the US Senate in 2012, both times as a member of the Nevada Independent American Party, the official affiliate of the national Constitution Party in the state of Nevada. Married with five children, he resides in Las Vegas, where he is a licensed professional marriage and family therapist.David’s top 5 platform priorities are:

  1. Restore Nevada lands to the people.
  2. Create a Nevada State Bank.
  3. A Multi-currency Free Market System.
  4. Stop all payments to the IRS from the State of Nevada.
  5. Replace and phase out all taxation.
 JRMeyers

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J. R. Myers, Governor of Alaska

J. R. Myers has deep roots in Montana but has made his home in the Last Frontier State of Alaska. He has proven himself to be a natural leader in organizations ranging from the Board of Directors of the Great Falls (Montana) Native American Association and Health Clinic to the his current position as Chairman of the Alaska Counseling Association.  He currently resides in Haines, where he is a licensed professional counselor.  He holds two master’s degrees – one in Human Services and one in Professional Counseling, in addition to several other degrees and certificates. He is also the founding chairman of the Alaska Constitution Party. Among other things, J. R. supports:

  • A vigorous Defense of our Constitutional Legacy.
  • The Original Intent of the Second Amendment.
  • Eliminating the word “privilege” from Alaska Statutes.
  • Preserving and protecting the Alaska Permanent Fund dividend.
  • Strengthening the traditional family.

CANDIDATES ACROSS THE NATION

AL Mark Syck– Elmore County Sheriff NV David VanDerBeek – Governor
  Derrick Douglas – House District 91   Mike Little – Lieutenant Governor
  Chris Sorrells – Marshall County Commissioner District 1   Jonathan Hansen – Attorney General
  Jimmy Hodges – Marshall County Coroner   Kress K. Cave – State Treasurer
Lamar Neighbors – Elmore County Coroner   Tom Jones – State Controller
David King – House District 55   Kamau Akil Bakari – US House District 1
 AK J. R. Myers – Governor Janine Hansen – US House District 2
Maria Rensel – Lieutenant Governor Russell Best – US House District 3
Pam Goode – District 9   John Everhart – State Senate, District 16
  James Squyers – Delta/Greeley School Board   Jon Kamerath – State Senate District 8
Liz Breuker – Delta/Greeley School Board Lou Baker – State Senate District 2
Cindy Kostler – Tok School Board  Timothy Fasano – State Assembly District 38
CA Robert Newman – Governor   Howard Scheff – State Assembly District 42
  David Christensen – US House District 10   Alice Maimbourg – State Assembly District 2
CO James Fariello – Adams County Sheriff   Troy Warren – State Assembly District 12
  Steve Henderson – Mesa County Assessor   Pat Little – State Assembly District 17
  Doug Aden – State Senator District 1   Leroy  T. Lalley – State Assembly District 22
ID Steven D. Pankey – Governor   Albert G. Giordano, PhD – State Assembly District 39
  David Hartigan – Lieutenant Governor   John Wagner – State Assembly District 40
  Christian Fioravanti – State Senate District 1   Brad Lee Barhill – Clark County Assessor
  Raymond J. Writz – State Senate District 4 Shannon MacLean – Clark County Recorder
  David Hay – State Representative A, District 30   Lyal Darrell – Clark County Commissioner District F
  Robert Gorgoglione – State Representative B, District 30   Cheryl Smith – Elko County Recorder
Daniel S. Weston – State Representative B, District 20 Michael Smith – Elko County Public Administrator
IL Michael Oberline – Governor   Kay Dawn Jenkins – Elko County Treasurer
  Don Stone – Lieutenant Governor   Randy McLean – Esmeralda County Assessor
  Joe Bell – Attorney General   David Severns – Lincoln County Auditor
  Stacy Moss – Secretary of State   John Roemer – Lyon County Commissioner District 5
  Timothy Goodcase – Comptroller   Richard L. Osborne, Sr. – Nye County Commissioner District 5
  Chad Koppie – US Senate   Don Cochran – Washoe County Recorder
LA Randy Fontenot – Chief of Police,  City of Eunice   John Lampros – White Pine County Commissioner District 1
MI Karen Adams – State Board of Education PA Don John – US House District 9
John D. Adams – State Board of Education Bob Pyle – Governor
Jeffrey Andring – State Senate District 17 Bob Goodrich – Lieutenant Governor
Randy Bain – State Representative District 53 SD Wayne Schmidt – Public Utilities Commissioner
Robert Gale – Secretary of State Lori Stacey – Secretary of State
Theodore Gerrard – State Representative District 73 TN Shaun Crowell – Governor
Ronald Graeser – US House District 2 Mark J. Rawles – US House District 8
Richard A. Matkin – US Senate Tim York – State Senate District 27
Shari Matkin – Wayne State University Board of Governors Brad Nelson – Madison County Commissioner District 2, Position 2
Mark McFarlin – Governor Jacob Seth York – Madison County Commissioner District 2, Position 1
Richard Mendoza – Lieutenant Governor Brian Renfroe – Madison County Commissioner District 4, Position 3
William A. Mohr – State Representative District 76 Mike Warner – State House District 67
Carl Oehling – State Representative District 79 Steve Hilton – Gibson County Mayor
Charles Riley – Kent County Commissioner District 2 TX Michael Bishop – Governor
Joe Sanger – University of Michigan Regent Gregg Woodcock – State Representative District 112
Chris Schwartz – University of Michigan Regent UT Shaun McCausland – US House District 2
Chris Schwartz – Dorr Township Park Commissioner Collin Robert Simonsen – US House District 4
Robert Shirk – Muskegon County Commissioner District 2 Gregory G. Hansen – Attorney General
Daryl Smith – State Representative District 2 Kirk Pearson – State Senate District 17
Marc Sosnowski – Wayne State University Board of Governors Lee Phipps – State House District 1
Rick Strawcutter – US House District 7 Robert Moultrie – State House, District 20
Brian Sumeracki – Macomb County Commissioner District 2 R. Glenn Stoneman – State House District 70
Lester Townsend – State Representative District 22 Paul McCaullum – Milliard County Commissioner
Jerry Van Sickle – Attorney General Marilee Roose – State House District 22
Crystal Van Sickle – MSU Trustee Jonathan Garrard – Tooele County Commissioner
Steven Young – MSU Trustee Ryan MacFarlane – Davis County Commissioner Seat B
Steven Young – Allegan County Commissioner WI Randi Molini – Black River Falls Mayor
George Zimmer – US House District 4 Andrew Zuelke – State Treasurer
MN Tim Utz – US House District 41-B   Jerry Broitzman – Secretary of State
MO Doug Enyart – US House District 8 WV  Phil Hudok – US Senate
  Rodney Farthing – State Auditor   Jeff Becker – House of Delegates 59th District
  Jerry Dollar – State Representative District 115 Mike Fisher – State Senate 8th District
  Michael Eberle – State Representative District 59   Jeffrey-Frank Jarrell – State Senate 2nd District
  Bill Gillmore – State Representative District 126   Rick Bartlett – Preston County Commission
  Donna Ivanovich – State Representative District 113 WY Jennifer Young – Secretary of State
  Butch Page – State Representative District 57
  Dan Plemons – State Representative District 54
  Cindy Redburn – State Representative District 96  
Joe Passanise – St. Louis County Executive  
  Richard McKie – Jackson County Legislator  
  Michael Jared Plemons – Johnson County Presiding Commissioner  
  Linda Cravens – Committeewoman, Cowan, Wayne County  
  Jan Farthing – Committeewoman, Franklin, Dent County  
  Rod Farthing – Committeeman, Franklin, Dent County
  B.J. Jordan – Committeewoman, Couch, Oregon County  
  Connie Plemons-Committeewoman,Warrensburg, Johnson County
  Bruce Purdom – Committeeman, Logan, Wayne County
  Linda Rutherford–Committeewoman,St. Michael, Madison County  
  Tim Rutherford – Committeeman, St. Michael, Madison County
NC  David Waddell – US Senate  
NM Michael Lunnon – McKinley County Sheriff  
NY Joe Gilbert – US House District 21  
  Donna Mulvihill – Governor  
 

“If men of wisdom and knowledge, of moderation and temperance, of patience, fortitude and perseverance, of sobriety and true republican simplicity of manners, of zeal for the honour of the Supreme Being and the welfare of the commonwealth; if men possessed of these other excellent qualities are chosen to fill the seats of government, we may expect that our affairs will rest on a solid and permanent foundation.” ~Samuel Adams, letter to Elbridge Gerry, November 27, 1780