Friday, April 20, 2018

Notes From The Constitution Party Executive Committee Denver Meeting 4/20/18


The Constitution Party National Executive Committee Meeting has concluded for today.  The CP ExCom met throughout the morning.  Several decisions were made regarding new Executive Committee members and resolutions.  J.R.Myers was unanimously endorsed to fill the vacancy for Constitution Party Western Region Co-Chair.  Thom Holmes of Oklahoma was appointed and confirmed as an At-Large member of the CP ExCom.

Three resolutions have been proposed.  The first was a Resolution for a Proclamation Of the Constitution Party on the Role of Religion in Government.  The second was a Resolution To Have the Fall 2018 National Committee Meeting To Be Held via a Web Conference.  The third was a Resolution to Have the Constitution Party National Convention Held in the Fall of 2019.  All three proposed resolutions failed to achieve enough Executive Committee support to receive a recommendation to the National Committee meeting tomorrow.

Donations and membership are up.  Ballot access remains a focus of the CP.  We are currently focused on North Carolina and New Mexico.

Today's afternoon agenda was also very full.  We had many speakers throughout the day.

1:10 pm  Keys to Successful Ballot Access Petitioning with Frank Fluckiger

1:30 pm Successful Recruiting of New Party Members with Joel Hansen

1:50 pm The Importance of Issues in a Campaign with Darrell Castle

2:30 pm Learning What Issues to Address in Campaigns with Janine Hansen

3:10 pm Finding and Recruiting Top Quality Candidates with Jim Clymer

3:40 pm The Challenges and Solutions to Campaign Fundraising with Joan Castle

4:10 pm Promoting the Constitution Party Through a Monthly Newsletter with Sherry Phipps

4:30 pm Thinking About Running For Office?  PRAY! with Lynette Kilpatrick

4:45 pm Introduction of CP Candidate for Governor of Wyoming with Rex Rammell

The evening keynote address given by Joe Miller of Alaska, who said he is willing to work with the

Constitution Party.

More to come, as the CP National Committee meeting continues tomorrow.

1 comment:

  1. "...All three proposed resolutions failed to achieve enough Executive Committee support to receive a recommendation to the National Committee meeting tomorrow."

    Not at all surprised.

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