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Constitution Party Candidates File For Office

For Immediate Release

February 24, 2010

Contact: Donna Ivanovich, State Chairman: (314) 956-6181
Chris Tomlinson, Communications Director: (417) 543-0808

Constitution Party candidates will participate in Missouri’s August primary for the first time since 2004. Declarations of Candidacy were filed in Jefferson City on the opening day, February 23, 2010, including multiple candidates for the office of U.S. Senate. Others filing included two U.S. Representative Districts, one State Senate, and multiple State Representatives.

“Unlike the other political parties, before they file their candidacy, our candidates are thoroughly vetted with a 25-page questionnaire to determine their knowledge of the proper role of government “, reported State Chairman, Donna Ivanovich. She went on to say that, “candidates, who are approved in this process are then supported and endorsed by the Party. These candidates have pledged to support the restoration of constitutional government and will legislate law that will defend our great American principles of individual liberty.”

“The Constitution Party is America ’s fastest growing political party, and while the Republicans and Democrats have been losing supporters, this Party is exploding in growth. As the discontent mounts in our nation and state, our opportunities to elect Constitutional Americans have never been greater,” concluded Ivanovich.

Candidate for State Representative in the 120th district Richard Hoxesy, Chairman Donna Ivanovich, Secretary Cindy Redburn and CPMO member Debbie Lay.

Candidate for State Representative in the 120th district Richard Hoxesy, Chairman Donna Ivanovich, Secretary Cindy Redburn and CPMO member Debbie Lay.

Chairman Donna Ivanovich, candidate for State Representative 119th district Raymond Kish and Secretary Cindy Redburn.

Chairman Donna Ivanovich, candidate for State Representative 119th district Raymond Kish and Secretary Cindy Redburn.

Candidates for U.S Congress Dave lay (5th district) and Greg Cowan (4th district)

Candidates for U.S Congress Dave lay (5th district) and Greg Cowan (4th district)

Candidates Richard Blowers (State Representative 102nd district) Nathan Eaton (State Representative 48th district)

Candidates Richard Blowers (State Representative 102nd district) Nathan Eaton (State Representative 48th district)

Candidates Mike Cogan (State Representative 51st district) and Kent Cogan (State Representative 124th district)

Candidates Mike Cogan (State Representative 51st district) and Kent Cogan (State Representative 124th district)

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