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CP-Idaho Primary starts to get news coverage

December 4th, 2015

Richard Winger, Ballot Access News, has an early release news story on Idaho’s Constitution Party presidential primary, March 8, 2016.  Our readers may want to check out the bump: http://ballot-access.org/2015/12/04/idaho-will-hold-its-first-presidential-primary-for-a-party-other-than-the-republican-and-democratic-parties/ And of course, as always, we need your funding support for our Literature Fund and general postage.  We will be in severe need of postage monies […]

Constitution Party of Idaho Candidate Position Statement Series 2013-07-02

December 30th, 2013

Immigration and Control of the National Border ******************************************************************* All legitimate governments have every right to control their national borders. Indeed, if they are to remain a nation, they are obligated to do so. The Constitution Party does not believe the so-called “system” of US Immigration is broken at all. Legal immigrants routinely are admitted into […]

Welcome Idahoans to Conference

October 7th, 2013

A message from Floyd Whitley, Idaho State Vice Chairman (Acting Chairman) for the Constitution Party-Idaho. What have we got? When asked about what kind of government America had after the Constitutional Convention, Dr. Benjamin Franklin famously answered, “A republic, if you can keep it.” Dr. Franklin’s comment applies just as well to our Constitution Party […]

CP-Idaho will be screening a new documentary film

October 6th, 2013

Fellow Idahoans: Following our 2013  Idaho Conference, held at Meridian on 17 September, your Executive Committee decided that it must continue to generate public events which will increase our draw.  Our 2013 Meridian Conference, despite many volunteer hours, despite direct mailing of several hundred invitations, and despite significant expense to CP-Idaho state party funds as […]

When the New York Times reports it…it has to be bad

September 20th, 2013

Steady as she goes?  For the sixth straight year, the poverty rate (defined as $23,492 or less income for a family of four) in American has failed to improve…”flat-lined” is how one economics professor put it. Worse, the economic “doldrums” are expected to be the new paradigm for the foreseeable future—high poverty rates and higher […]