Constitution Party on ballot in Massachusetts

The following is a letter to media by the Baldwin campaign’s Kevin Thompson:

Chuck Baldwin will be on the ballot in Massachusetts! It was my honor to be apart of this petition drive and help America realize there is a true conservative choice.

CPOMA Chairman Rich Selfridge is to commended as a patriot and a leader. If you would have told me a few months ago this feat was even possible, I would not have believed you. But, Rich really stepped up and put in the long hours of hard work and dedication needed. He spearheaded the effort that lead to this day. His leadership is both encouraging and inspiring. Here is an example of what just one man can do for the cause of liberty -an average man accomplish outstanding things. If you would ask Rich, I’m sure he would take no credit for himself. He would be quick to share the success with the party as a whole. Though many people joined in, it was his leadership that got the job done. Rich would never say so himself, so I thought I would do it for him.

My prayer is now for my new home state, Wisconsin, to have the same success.

Read Rich Selfrige’s announcement here:

Kevin Thompson,

4 Responses to “Constitution Party on ballot in Massachusetts”

  1. Michael Says:

    This is good news, especially since I live in Massachusetts. A few days ago, I made a monetary donation to Chuck Baldwin’s presidential campaign, and I plan to vote for him. In other words, instead of holding my nose and voting for “the lesser of two evils,” I am casting my vote for American principles this year (even if it means voting for someone who has “no chance” of winning).

  2. mattc Says:

    I’ll probably vote for Baldwin if Phillies is still on the ballot for the LP.

  3. End the Empire Says:

    Road signs on all major roads would help his vote totals…

  4. Michael Says:

    I like your idea, End the Empire. In fact, any tool that can be used to promote a candidate is a great tool. If anyone else has any ideas on how to promote Chuck Baldwin (or any of your preferred presidential choices for that matter), don’t think about using those ideas - use them!

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