Constitution Party of Texas
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The Constitution Party of Texas is the Texas affiliate of the national Constitution Party. The chapter has been organized in Texas since 1996 (then under the U.S. Taxpayer's Party—the precursor to the Constitution Party). It achieved a ballot line only once in Texas, in 1996, as the U.S. Taxpayer's Party (the year Presidential candidate Howard Phillips ran). Phillips received 7,472 votes or 0.13% of the ballots cast for President in Texas.
The current State Party Chairman as recognized by the national Constitution Party is Bob Eoff.
- Results; State Election Results online; retrieved .
- Winger, Richard. "Many Texas Independent Candidates for Congress File Notice of Intent", Ballot Access News, January 5, 2010.
- Texas affiliate.