“There is a natural aristocracy among Men. The grounds of this are Virtue and Talents.”  Thomas Jefferson



Frank Fluckiger

Frank was born and raised in Wyoming where he attended the University of Wyoming, earning BS and an MBA in Business Administration.  He spent his entire career in corporate finance and accounting. He served as Chairman of the Constitution Party of Utah from its inception until 2012. He also served as Constitution Party Western Area Chairman from 2004 to 2012.  In 1971, Frank was one of two youths chosen to represent both the state of Wyoming and the U.S. as International Farm Youth Exchange Students to Indonesia.  This experience had a profound effect on his life.  He has been married to Sheryl for 37 years and they are the parents of seven children and 18 grandchildren.


Randall Stufflebeam

Randy served 22 years in the United States Marine Corps.  He ran for Governor of Illinois in 2006. He was instrumental in organizing the Constitution Party of Illinois.  Randy was elected first as Vice-Chairman, then Chairman, serving until 2010. He also held the position of Midwest Regional Chairman from 2006-2012. Randy and his wife, Lisa, have been married 32 years and are the parents of three daughters, and have been blessed with four grandchildren.


Cindy Redburn

Cindy is a charter member of the Missouri Constitution Party.  She ran for Congress in 2008 as a Constitution Party candidate. She is a retired teacher who is interested in history, nature, and gardening. Cindy has been married to Alan Redburn for 33 years. They are the parents of six children, and have eight grandchildren.


James Headings

Jim was born in Westfir, Oregon.  He was elected Mayor of Brownsville, Oregon, in 1974, and now resides in Englewood, Tennessee, where he has been a candidate for U.S. Congress.  Jim  owns Brock Tax Services, works as a farmer and also serves as a pastor at Piney Grove Community Church in Etowah, Tennessee. He is married to Mary and has children and grandchildren whom he adores.


Dr. Curtis Caine

James Clymer

Jim served as National Chairman for three terms from 1999 to 2012. He is the senior partner in the Lancaster, Pennsylvania law firm of Clymer, Musser and Conrad. As the party’s nominee for Lt. Governor in both 1994 and 1998, his candidacy set Pennsylvania vote records for 3rd Party candidates. During his 2004 run for US Senate against Republican Arlen Specter, he received more than 200,000 votes. Jim Clymer was the vice-presidential running mate for 2012 Constitution Party presidential candidate Virgil Goode. Jim and his wife, Lois, have five adult children.

Darrell Castle

Darrell is a native of Tennessee.  He graduated from Memphis State University Law School in 1979 and is now an attorney in private practice with firms in Memphis, Tennessee and Kansas City, MO. He served three terms as Vice-Chairman of the Constitution Party. In 2008 he was the Vice-Presidential candidate for running mate and Presidential candidate Chuck Baldwin. Darrell Castle has recorded over 200 podcasts on current affairs. Darrell and his wife Joan live in Memphis, Tennessee and have one adult daughter.

Virgil Goode

Virgil attended college and law school in Virginia. He was elected to the Virginia state senate as a Democrat, where he served for 20 years. In 1996 he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. After running afoul of the Democrat leadership, he was re-elected as an independent, later joining the Republican Party and was a faithful participant in Ron Paul’s Liberty Caucus. He barely lost in 2008, as Obama swept the Democrats to victory. Virgil received the Constitution Party’s nomination for President on the first ballot at the national convention in Nashville, Tennessee.

Peter Gemma

Peter, who lives in Florida, is a veteran political and fundraising consultant. His clientele have included G. Gordon Liddy, the Military Order of the Purple Heart, and the National Pro-Life PAC. Named one of seven “Young Turks” of the conservative movement by Life magazine in 1981, he was a staffer on three presidential campaigns and has conducted political training seminars here and abroad.  Peter’s articles have been published in USA Today (where more than 100 of his commentaries have appeared); The New American; Military History; DailyCaller.com; and Economic Populist.org.

Karen Murray

Karen has been a member of the Constitution Party since 2003, serving as a county chairman, state communications director, and vice-chairman for the Constitution Party of Washington, running for Secretary of State in 2012.   She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Statesmanship from George Wythe University in 2010.  She has taught Institute on the Constitution classes in her community, and presented Constitution Day classes in public and private schools, as well as homeschool co-ops in two states.   Karen is a published author and/or editor of several books including,  “Quincy Valley”, and “America Needs a Third Party Now!”.   Since 2010 she has been serving as National Communications Director.


Gary Dunlap (Pennsylvania)


Nicholas Sumbles (Massachusetts)


Don Shrader


Wayne Zimmerschied


Ricardo Davis


Janine Hansen


Sam Pew