Randall C. Stufflebeam (born May 27, 1960) was a write-in candidate in the 2006 Illinois gubernatorial election against Democratic incumbent Rod Blagojevich Republican Judy Baar Topinka, and Green Rich Whitney. 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.
In June 2007 Stufflebeam announced that he was running for Illinois State Representative in the 114th District. Despite Stufflebeam's announcement he did not run in the 2008 election.
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.
In January 2013, Stufflebeam announced the formation of an exploratory committee for a possible U.S. Senate run in Illinois in 2014. However, on March 2, he announced that after long deliberation he would not run for the U.S. Senate after all.
He currently resides in Belleville, Illinois.
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