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Constitution Party of Virginia Members Attend National MeetingConstitution Party of Virginia (CPV) Chairman John Bloom and Treasurer Paul Provance attended the Constitution Party National Committee Fall meeting on November 16 and 17, 2018. The two day conference was held at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Irving Texas near the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. The CPV is increasing its participation at this semi-annual event, but was not yet able to field the five members it is authorized for the National Committee meeting.
The first day was for training and strategy sessions. One session was given by David Kopacz of Massachusetts who described his efforts to form a party in his state. His party was accepted into the National Party as the Massachusetts State Affiliate the next day.
The second day was filled with discussion on bylaw amendments and resolutions from 8:00 a.m. until after 5:00 p.m. One resolution that was put into effect by administrative action was proposed by our own John Bloom. A direct link for state party donations will soon be available on the National website. Three bylaw changes were passed at the meeting, one corrected some ambiguous language, one restricted voting on bylaw changes at National Committee Meetings to people physically present when meetings include video conferencing, and one increased membership on the Executive Committee to include all former vice-presidential nominees and all past chairmen.
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|Left to right: Annabeth Goss, Paul
Provance, Calvin Neighbors, James Moore, John Bloom,
Anthony Pregony, Trent Corbett, and Tristram Coffin
Constitution Party of Virginia Attends Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference
The Constitution Party of Virginia and the
Constitution Party of Maryland helped sponsor the
Faith and Freedom Coalition "Road to Majority"
conference, June 7th-9th at the Omni Shorham Hotel
in Washington, DC. John Bloom of Virginia
and Michael Bertocchi of Maryland manned the
Constitution Party table in the exhibit hall and
spoke with people at the conference.
Several officials from the Current Administration
and congressmen of the Federal Government
addressed the conference, and Vice President Mike
Pence delivered the keynote address.
The Faith and Freedom Coalition has tremendous
influence with our national, state, and local
governments. A majority of attendees who
came to the Constitution Party table knew about
our party and many knew Constitution Party
Southern States Regional Co-Chairman Ricardo
Davis. A number of people from Virginia
showed an interest in the Constitution Party, and
we will be making an effort to contact them and to
see how they can work with us in our efforts to
grow the party, put Constitutionists on ballots
for public office, and win elections. If you
have not been contacted, but would like to get
involved with the Constitution Party of Virginia,
please see the information on this page below.
The Constitution Party of Virginia held a barbecue and meeting on May 12 to plan how it will organize in Northern Virginia. Chairman John Bloom and his wife Renee drove up from Newport News. He explained current strategies and priorities of the state party, especially regarding publicity and interacting with the media. The treasurer, Paul Provance, gave a financial report and listed some of the Party’s priority needs for contributions and funding.
A political discussion brought out these points. The current two party system is disregarding principles. It seems that winning is all that matters to the two leading parties. They disregard many issues that our government should be addressing to focus only on one or two issues to differentiate themselves in order to gain political advantage. They disregard the people, making promises to get votes but then breaking those promises.
John Holland, Northern Virginia Coordinator, put forward the Constitution Party’s long term goal of restoring American governance to its constitutional intent. He proposed short term goals to have chairmen in every county and independent city, and to hold regular meetings and events. Paul Provance and Renee Bloom served appetizers, potato salad, hamburgers, hot dogs, and ice cream.
|Left to right: Paul Provance, John
Holland, and John Bloom
||Renee Bloom serves hors d'oeuvres.
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The Constitution Party of Virginia is reorganizing statewide. Contact John Bloom at CPofVirginia@gmail.com to get involved.
The Constitution Party is organizing in Northern Virginia. If you live in Northern Virginia and would like to become active in helping to grow our Conservative Alternative, contact Paul Provance at email@example.com to get involved.
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