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Settlement Conference Fails to Reach Agreement

July 3, 2020

The Constitution Party of Virginia attended a settlement conference Tuesday June 30th. The party is seeking to get signature requirements waived so that we can put our presidential candidate on the November ballot without exposing signature collectors or the public to the risk of transmitting Covid-19. The State Board of Elections would not lift the signature requirement, and a July 13th trial is scheduled for 9:00am at the Federal Courthouse, 701 East Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia.

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Settlement Conference Scheduled for June 30th

June 27, 2020

On June 19th, a judicial hearing was held to allow the waiver of the signature requirements to gain access for alternative political parties and independent candidates.  The State of Virginia offered to reduce the signature requirements by 20% to 4,000 with a minimum 160 signatures from each of the 11 congressional districts, for presidential candidates.  This was not agreed to by complainants and a court date was set for July 13th.  Since then, a settlement conference has been set for June 30th to try and get an agreement ahead of the court date.  The attached press release was issued prior to the scheduling of the settlement conference.

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Press Release

Give us Liberty or Risk Public Health

June 22, 2020

This Press Release is in Response to the hearing held on June 19th, 2020 to allow alternative Parties Ballot Access without having to require signatures on nominating petitions due to the actions of the Governor and his administration took in response to this coronavirus pandemic. John Bloom appeals to all members of the media to cover our plight and what the Virginia State Government has ordered, and he will speak to anyone in the media about this miscarriage of justice that risks public health as well as the health of petitioners and signers of nominating petitions. The lawyer representing our case is Corey Spearman, coreyspearman@barneslawllp. com of the Barnes law firm barneslawllp.com.

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Press Release

Court Hearing Held on Juneteenth

June 17, 2020

A court hearing to gain ballot access for independent candidates and candidates of several political parties is scheduled for June 19, 2020 at the Federal Courthouse in Richmond Virginia. Samm Tittle, candidate for President of the United States for the Constitution Party of Virginia, is one of the plaintiffs hoping to be on the ballot in Virginia in November.

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Press Release

Alternative Political Parties in Virginia Unite to Bring Choice to Virginia Voters

June 8, 2020

The Libertarian Party and the Independent Green Party have been added to the Complaint to gain ballot access in Virginia.  Now all alternative political parties have been added to the lawsuit.  Plaintiffs now include Libertarian Nominee Dr. Jo Jorgensen and Independent Sheila "SAMM" Tittle and a plaintiff in all Congressional Races, including the US Senate.

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Press Release

CPV Joins Lawsuit to Waive Signature Requirements to Put Candidates on the Ballot

May 15, 2020

The Constitution and Green Parties have teamed with an Independent Candidate for Congress to sue the Virginia State Board of Elections in State Supreme Court to gain ballot access by waiving signature requirements. With Virginia's stay at home orders in effect, signature drives are impossible and even illegal.

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Press Release

A Constitutional Plan for Helping Those in Need Through the Crisis

March 26, 2020

Constitution Party of Virginia Chairman, John Bloom, has a plan to help all Americans get through the Coronavirus Crisis without mortgaging future generations.  The $2.2 trillion legislation to provide "relief" for Americans is way too much of a burden to put on our children.

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CP Chairman Bloom Attends Alternate Conference

February 29, 2020

John Bloom attended the one day Summit on Principled Conservatism at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. The summits purpose was to,"Bring together principled conservatives and grassroots activists from across the country to discuss current challenges facing conservatism and the principles that ought to define the future." Chairman Bloom had his photo taken with Mindy Finn, one of the principal organizers of the summit and Executive Director of Stand Up Republic. John described the summit as,"The REAL Conservative Political Action Conference." There were over 300 people in attendance. The response was so great that they had to up-size it to the National Press Club and they still sold out in a day.

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                      Chairman Bloom with Executive Director Mindy Finn
A
                      Panel Discussion at the Summit on Principled
                      Conservatism
CP Chairman Bloom with Executive Director Mindy Finn
A Panel Discussion at the Summit on Principled Conservatism

Constitution Party of Virginia Members Work the Booth at CPAC

February 29, 2020

Members of the Constitution Party of Virginia worked their booth at the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) February 26 to 28.  Chairman of the Charles Kraut for President Campaign and Treasurer of the Constitution Party of Virginia, Paul Provance, handed out information about Charles.  Meghan Synan and Ryan McCarthy represented the Samm Tittle for President Campaign, making information available to passers-bye.  Chairman Bloom talked politics with attendees and collected contact information from more than 40 interested people.  We hope those people will continue to maintain contact and will help grow the party that's based on constitutional principles.  

Meghan
                      Synan and Ryan McCarthy Display Samm Tittle
                      Campaign Information
Paul
                      Provance and John Bloom Left the GOP to join the
                      Constitution Party of Virginia
Meghan Synan and Ryan McCarthy hold Samm Tittle Campaign Brochures
Paul Provance and John Bloom, stand by information about people and groups that have opposed the current president

Constitution Party of Virginia Members Gather Against Gun Law Changes

January 22, 2020

Members of the Constitution Party of Virginia attended the Virginia Citizens Defense League Lobby Day and Rally on Martin Luther King Day. Samm Tittle, who is running for the Constitution Party nomination for President of the United States displayed her banner, spoke to reporters, and to many of those attending. Chairman John Bloom organized the Constitution Party of Virginia's gathering at the rally where the party displayed it's presence. A total of eight CPV members attended. Attendance at the rally was estimated at 22,000 by the Richmond Police, Richmond Times Dispatch said thousands, and another estimate was 30-50 thousand.

Meghan
                      Cynan Displays Campaigm Sign
Samm
                      Tittle for President Banner
Presidential Candidate Tittle Enforces the
                      Second Amendment
Meghan Synan holds Samm Tittle Campaign Sign
L-R:Meghan Synan, TC, John Bloom, James Easterly in green, Joseph Synan
Presidential Candidate Tittle posses with her campaign banner.

Following the rally, the group migrated to Capital Ale House where they enjoyed lunch, talked strategy, and planned events.

Chairman Bloom, Timothy Patric, and Samm
                      Tittle enjoy lunch and plan events after the
                      rally.
Charles
                      Cynan and Ryan McCarthy enjoy lunch after the
                      rally.
Poster
                      shows CPV sentiment about proposed Virginia gun
                      laws.
Chairman Bloom, Timothy Patric, and Candidate Tittle enjoy lunch and plan events after the rally.
Joseph Synan and Ryan McCarthy have lunch at Capital Ale House after the rally.
Poster shows CPV sentiment about Virginia proposed gun laws.

Status of the Constitution Party of Virginia

The Constitution Party of Virginia is organizing statewide. Contact John Bloom at CPofVirginia@gmail.com to get involved.


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