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“It is the nature of the State to seek dominance over the population.   Freedom will not ultimately remain intact if we leave it unattended.  America needs forward thinking leaders — leaders who do not apologize to the politically-correct demands of the thought police.   Self-hatred and appeasement only foster more disrespect.  We must find a way to chart our own course in the world as free and independent people.” ~Darrell Castle

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Thank you for your interest and willingness to assist us in getting Darrell and Scott on the ballot in Ohio.

We received the signed Statement of Candidacy from the Castle campaign.  There is a pdf of the form and the circulating petition following.  We can also mail you a copy/copies if you choose.  Just let me know and I will get them in the mail.

As I'm sure many of you are aware, the State of Ohio passed legislation removing all minor parties (except the Green Party for now) from the ballot.  As such, we are forced to have Darrell and Scott register as Independents and go through the lengthy and arduous process of gathering enough signatures to get them registered as Independents. The current law states that we will need to submit 5000 valid registered voter signatures to get them on the ballot.  This means that it will be necessary to submit 7500-8000 signatures for certification by August 10th.

The campaign is committing to Ohio and we need to be committed to the campaign.  Ohio is sure to be a true battleground State in this election cycle.  As they say, "As goes Ohio, goes the rest of the Nation".  Let's truly make Ohio the Heart of it All this year.

We can do this with your help. We will be having a campaign kick off conference call and then every week until we get it done.  Please help us get the word out about the campaign. We are looking for key volunteers to assist in the campaign. If you have interest in any of the positions let me know.
Also, the Constitution Party of Ohio is always looking for volunteers and leaders also.

The Castle / Bradley 2016 Campaign is looking for the following positions to be filled in Ohio. If you have an interest contact the Ohio Chairman.

Castle/Bradley 2016 Presidential Campaign Positions Needed

State Liaison Communications Coordinator: This person will pursue media coverage throughout the State. They must be willing to make cold calls to TV, radio, and publications within the State and market the candidates. This person must be comfortable speaking to strangers.

State Endorsement Seeker: This person will pursue media coverage and endorsements throughout the State. Duties will be similar to the Communication Coordinator.

State Social Media Coordinator: This person will work in close alliance with the campaign coordinator of Social Media. They will schedule topics, approaches, do’s and don’ts and may need to find others to help as needed.

State Events Coordinator: This person will work with the campaign scheduler and work out details for ensuring that when one of the candidates are in town, he is comfortable and out speaking. The crux of the position is to make the visit effective in meeting the needs of the party and the campaign. This person will be responsible for bringing to the scheduler, the financial plan for the candidate(s) travel expenses and transportation while visiting. They will also help prepare the path of events that will allow them to meet/speak to as many people as possible inside and outside the party. They will put together a plan for including local candidates so Darrell can endorse them and include them.

State Special Issues Coordinator: This person will prepare a report of the issues of specific interest to the state. An example would be that in NV, 90% of the land is owned by the Federal Government. In WY it might be environmental issues and the EPA regulations. In TN it might be Smart Meters. This allows the candidate who will be speaking to know local issues in enough depth to discuss them.


If you have an interest in one of these positions contact the CP of Ohio Chairman Don Shrader. or telephone (330) 400-3444

If you have questions, comments, ideas, or just wish to share your experiences feel free to reach out to me or the State Chairman, Don Shrader.

Again, thank you for your interest and willingness to help us restore our lost liberties and bring our country back to the original intent of the founders and framers.

Mr. Gale Joy, State Secretary, 937-416-2523
Constitution Party of Ohio




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So many millions of Americans finally realize that something is seriously wrong with the way the government is handling our affairs.  The question is: "What can we do to get America turned around and regain our national sanity?" The answer is: "Elect a President and a majority in Congress who still believe in the Constitution and will fight to return America to her original moorings." If the candidate is already in office he will have a voting record which will clearly show whether or not he is a Constitutionalist. However, if the candidate is a newcomer to politics you will have to test his knowledge of Constitutional principles 
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