Randy Stufflebeam

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Randall C. Stufflebeam (born May 27, 1960) was a write-in[citation needed] candidate in the 2006 Illinois gubernatorial election against Democratic incumbent Rod Blagojevich Republican Judy Baar Topinka, and Green Rich Whitney.[1] His running mate was Randy White. He is also state chairman of Illinois' Constitution Party and is a former Marine. Stufflebeam received 19,020 votes (0.55%) in his write-in bid for the Governor's office. This is the largest write-in vote total in Illinois history.[citation needed]

In June 2007 Stufflebeam announced that he was running for Illinois State Representative in the 114th District.[2] Despite Stufflebeam's announcement he did not run in the 2008 election.[citation needed]

He filed as a candidate for U.S. Senator from Illinois in 2010, but the Illinois State Board of Elections disqualified the slate of Constitution Party candidates.[3]

At the 2012 Constitution Party National Convention, Stufflebeam was elected the National Vice-Chairman of the Constitution Party. He originally ran for chairman, but was defeated by Frank Fluckiger.[4]

In January 2013, Stufflebeam announced the formation of an exploratory committee for a possible U.S. Senate run in Illinois in 2014.[5] However, on March 2, he announced that after long deliberation he would not run for the U.S. Senate after all.[6]

He currently resides in Belleville, Illinois.


  1. ^ Cook, Anne (2006-01-30). "Governor hopefuls tout their platforms at forum". The News-Gazette (Champaign, Illinois). 
  2. ^ "thirdpartywatch.com". thirdpartywatch.com. Retrieved 2010-09-02. [dead link][dead link]
  3. ^ Pearson, Rich (2010-08-27). "It's official: Four U.S. Senate candidates, five for governor". Clout St. Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 2010-11-28. 
  4. ^ "Constitution Party Convention Wrap-Up: Vice Presidential Candidate and Officer Elections". Independent Political Report. 2012-04-21. Retrieved 2012-04-25. 
  5. ^ "Stufflebeam for Senate Exploratory Committee". Stufflebeam for U.S.Senate. Retrieved 2013-01-03. 
  6. ^ "CP National Vice-Chairman Randy Stufflebeam Decides After All Not to Run for U.S. Senate from Illinois in 2014". Independent Political Report. Retrieved 2013-03-03. 

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