State & Local Candidates

Randall Stufflebeam

Illinois, 2018

During the 22 years in the Marine Corps and having traveled the globe, I developed a deep abiding respect and gratitude for our country and the system of government that our Founding Fathers made great personal sacrifices to give us.

In November, 2003, I found a home in the Constitution Party. I found that the platform of the Constitution Party defined the very values that I and my family had always embraced and believed in.

After many more conversations with the people who were organizing the Constitution Party here in Illinois, I agreed I would help to organize the party. On January 30, 2004, I was elected as the Vice-Chairman. In January 2005, I became the Chairman of the state party and filled that role until March 13, 2010. From July, 2006 until April 2012, I have served as Chairman of the Constitution Party’s Midwestern United States Region, which includes 12 states.

In 2006, after being denied ballot access, I ran for Governor of Illinois as a write-in candidate. On November 7, 2006, I received 19,020 officially recorded votes, smashing the previous record set by Ralph Nader in 2004.

In 2010, I ran for the U.S. Senate. We delivered over 34,000 signatures covering a requirement of 25,000 signatures. The Republicans objected to over 17,000 signatures. In the end, the Republican Party spent nearly a quarter of a million dollars and kept us off the ballot by 65 signatures.

In 2012, I ran for Chairman of the National Constitution Party. I was not elected as Chairman, but was elected as Vice-Chairman of the party.

I was also elected as the 2nd-Vice-Chairman of the Constitution Party of Illinois in 2012.

I am a charter member as well as being a member of the board of the Veteran’s Coalition, which is an official extension of the Constitution Party focused on bringing veterans on board to help us save our nation.

Dr. Bill Bledsoe

State House of Representatives, 5th Congressional District — Special Election
South Carolina, 2017

Bill Bledsoe has owned a corporation for over 35 years, creating jobs and building his community. He is an outsider to government, being a manager instead of a politician.

Managers are trained to empower their employees by making sure they have everything they need to do their jobs. Whereas politicians see government as a candy store to give out free candy. Bill Bledsoe can fix this broken corporation because he is a lifetime manager like President Trump.

President Trump did more in his first week as President, than the last 5 presidents did in their full terms. This is because President Trump is a lifetime manager. He knows his job is to work for the people and to empower them. He looks at government as a business, not a candy store giving out free candy.