Frank was born and raised in Wyoming where he attended the University of Wyoming, earning BS and an MBA in Business Administration. He spent his entire career in corporate finance and accounting. He served as Chairman of the Constitution Party of Utah from its inception until 2012. He also served as Constitution Party Western Area Chairman from 2004 to 2012. In 1971, Frank was one of two youths chosen to represent both the state of Wyoming and the U.S. as International Farm Youth Exchange Students to Indonesia. This experience had a profound effect on his life. He has been married to Sheryl for 37 years and they are the parents of seven children and 18 grandchildren.
Doug was born and raised in Colorado where he attended Colorado State University, earning a BS in Business Administration. He is the owner of BSI-Crowd Control, LLC, and raises livestock. He was on a national televised debate when he ran for Congress in 2010. He has served three terms as County Chairman and is currently the State Chairman of American Constitution Party. He has been married to Terri for 26 years and they are the parents and educators of six children.
Cindy is a charter member of the Missouri Constitution Party. She ran for Congress in 2008 as a Constitution Party candidate. She is a retired teacher who is interested in history, nature, and gardening. Cindy has been married to Alan Redburn for 33 years. They are the parents of six children, and have eight grandchildren.
Gerald is a newer member of the Constitution Party. He and his wife became disenchanted with the two-party system and decided to join in February 2013. He and his wife have been actively involved with Colorado’s American Constitution Party ever since.
Gerald has spent his career as an accountant with Xcel Energy, the electric and gas utility serving eight mid-western and mountain states. He is a Certified Public Accountant and has a MBA from Regis University in Denver, Colorado. He also maintains a small private practice where he does accounting and tax services for small businesses, non-profits, and numerous churches.
He has been married to his wife Lynette for 20 years and they have three children. They live in rural Colorado where they maintain a hobby farm which is on the property where Lynette grew up.
Jim served as National Chairman for three terms from 1999 to 2012. He is the senior partner in the Lancaster, Pennsylvania law firm of Clymer, Musser and Conrad. As the party’s nominee for Lt. Governor in both 1994 and 1998, his candidacy set Pennsylvania vote records for 3rd Party candidates. During his 2004 run for US Senate against Republican Arlen Specter, he received more than 200,000 votes. Jim Clymer was the vice-presidential running mate for 2012 Constitution Party presidential candidate Virgil Goode. Jim and his wife, Lois, have five adult children.
Darrell L. Castle, native of the Volunteer State of Tennessee, is a true statesman – volunteering to serve with the United States Marine Corps in Viet Nam, as the founder of a humanitarian organization serving orphans in Romania, and as a leader in his community. He has taken an active leadership role in the Constitution Party since its founding in 1992, at both state and national levels. With degrees in Political Science, History, and Law, as well as his own personal study, Darrell is well-versed in the founding principles of the American Constitutional Republic, and takes the long view of history, current events, and the future of our nation. He was the party’s vice-presidential nominee in 2008 and the party’s Presidential candidate in 2016. He can be reached through his website castlereport.us or darrellcastle.com.
Dr. John D. Diamond is the Founder and Director of Peacemakers Outreach. He holds a Masters in Theology and a Doctorate in Christian Education. In January 2013 he created the first American Citizenship School which led to the forming of the American Christian Leadership Alliance (ACLA). In 2008 he had a brief run for the U.S. House of Representatives in Ohio’s 15th district. He has served as the Director of Discipleship at Bible Community Church in Columbus, Ohio and is presently serving as an outreach minister with the Corry Alliance Church in Corry, Pa. He is a veteran of the United States Air Force and has served as union steward for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Works (IBEW) Local 1466. He is also currently serving as the Northwest Regional Chairman of the Constitution Party of Pennsylvania.
After decades of being an independent/unenrolled voter, Mario finally became so frustrated with the corruption, double talking, and two-faced polarization of politics that he decided to find a party that he could join and succeed with; in making whatever difference that he could for his town, state, and country. That search brought him to the Constitution Party, a party that has the integrity to state what it believes in, AND stand behind it! The Constitution Party is the party to belong to if you hold principles over politics and not the other way around, which is exactly what all of the other political parties espouse.
Randy is a retired Marine of over 22 years of active duty. In 2003, after witnessing the situation in Alabama, where the government removed a Supreme Court Chief Justice, he realized that both the Republicans and Democrats were complicit in betraying his service to his country. It was during that time that he discovered the Constitution Party and in January of 2004 helped organize the party in Illinois by becoming its Vice Chairman. In 2005, he became the chairman.
In 2006, Randy ran for governor of Illinois and was reduced to being a write-in candidate, where he broke the record for write-ins with 19,020 votes. Also, during that same year, he was appointed as the Chairman for the Midwestern Region, which included 12 states.
Randy was chairman of the Constitution Party from February of 2005 until March of 2010, when he focused full-time on campaign for the U.S. Senate, where the Republican Party spent nearly a quarter of a million dollars to keep in off that ballot, and after 1 board and two court cases, did so by 65 signatures out of the 25,000 required and nearly 38,000 delivered.
In 2012, Stufflebeam lost the race for national chair of the Constitution Party, but was elected as the National Vice-Chairman. He declined the nomination for Regional chair to focus at the national level. In March of 2014, Randy was re-elected as chairman of the state party and in April of 2016 was re-elected as chairman of the Midwestern Region.
John Richard Myers obtained enough signatures to appear on the Alaska general election ballot in 2016 as the Alaska Constitution Party (ACP) nominee for Alaska House District 30, representing the cities and vicinity around Kenai and Soldotna on the Kenai Peninsula. He was also instrumental in placing the Castle/Bradley ticket on the Alaska ballot for 2016.
He is the founder and immediate past Chairman of the ACP, and served as the ACP nominee for Alaska Governor in 2014.
J.R. holds both a Master of Human Services & a Master of Professional Counseling degrees. He is also a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, a Nationally Certified Counselor and a Master of Addictions Counselor.
He has also served as President of the Alaska Counseling Association, and works as a Behavioral Health Consultant.
Graduate of Mississippi College; Attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas. Presidential Candidate 2016 Constitution Party; effective May 2016, North Central Texas Regional Chair. MSDOT Right of Way Division, Owner Copeland Consultants and Genesis Home Healthcare, worked for Michael Baker Engineering, Pipeline Land Services, Link Field Services and other private survey firms.
Previous Pastor, Missionary and Minister of Youth, Director of Missions, Executive Board of the Southern Baptist of Texas Convention and served on the Credentials Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention
Producer of a Radio Sports Show on WSLI.
Thom Holmes has served on the Constitution Party National Executive Committee for a combined sixteen years and has held party leadership positions in Oklahoma and Texas. He chaired the 1999 committee that resulted in changing the party name to the Constitution Party. After earning an engineering degree from Oklahoma University, he began his forty year oil industry career.
Susan, his high school sweetheart and wife of 38 years, was named the 1993 Oklahoma Full-Time Homemaker of the Year by Phyllis Schlafly’s Eagle Forum. Susan and Thom were recruited to the Constitution Party in 1996 by Tulsa Eagle Forum leader, Joann Johnson, the sister of United States Senator Jim Inhofe (R-OK).
The Holmes couple, along with Daniel New, led the successful 1996 Texas ballot access petition drive of 72,000 signatures for the Constitution Party in that state, collected in a 6-week effort.
Thom and Susan have 3 children, 2 grandchildren and have been a pioneering homeschool family since 1988. The Holmes family lives on his great-grandfather’s Centennial Family Farm in central Oklahoma.