Constitution Party of North Carolina
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|Constitution Party of North Carolina|
|Headquarters||7209-J East W.T. Harris Blvd. #119, Charlotte, NC 28227
|Political position||Fiscal: Economic conservatism
Social: Social conservatism
|Colors||Red, white, and blue|
|Politics of the United States
Constitution Party of North Carolina is the North Carolina affiliate of the Constitution Party. It was founded in 2008 out of a former NC Chapter of the Constitution Party. The Party's chairman is Al Pisano who was first elected to the position in 2008 as the State Party's first chairman and was re-elected in 2010 for an additional two year term.
The Party was started in 2008 out of a former Party organization by founder's Al Pisano, Jordon M. Greene and Bryan E. Greene on August 29, 2008. The party was formed to give people with paleoconservative and classical liberal views an alternative voice, and to remain true to its principles through its setup with Seven Essential Core Values. The Party terms these Seven Essential Core Values as the Sanctity of Life, Religious Freedom, Traditional Family, Private Property Rights, Pro-Second Amendment, National Sovereignty and Anti-Socialism. The Party also claims to be the state's only true 100% Pro-Life political party.
- 1992 - Howard Phillips and Albion Knight, Jr.
- 1996 - Howard Phillips and Herb Titus
- 2000 - Howard Phillips and Curtis Frazier
- 2004 - Michael Peroutka and Chuck Baldwin
- 2008 - Chuck Baldwin and Darrell Castle
- 2012 - Virgil Goode and Jim Clymer
Endorsed state candidates
Kevin E. Hayes - NC State House, District 4 - 1,053 votes (3.36%)
- David Waddell, Town Council Indian Trail, North Carolina
Tendered his resignation January 2014, effective 31st January 2014, in Klingon.
The party has yet to achieve ballot access for its presidential candidate. However, it managed to get official write-in status for its candidate in 2012.
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- Constitution Party of North Carolina | State Executive Committee
- Constitution Party of North Carolina | State Party Platform
- Constitution Party of North Carolina
- McManus, John F. "Constitution Party Chooses Baldwin". The New American. Retrieved 17 February 2014.
- Eddlem, Thomas R. "Virgil Goode: Constitution Party Candidate for President". The New American. Retrieved 15 February 2014.
- "Virgil Goode Wins Constitution Party Nomination on First Ballot, Picks VP Choice". Independent Political Report. April 21, 2012.
- National Constitution Party website and platform
- National Veterans Coalition
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