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  • Mike Diel
    commented 2019-09-01 09:25:30 -0500
    I would like to run for the federal representative from Missouri’s sixth district just like I did in 2016\

    Thank You
  • Dennis Lambert
    commented 2019-06-24 13:47:23 -0500
    I am reaching out again because I now have started my campaign.

    Please send me an update on your progress for ballot access and I can add some information to my website.
  • Missouri Green Party Chair
    followed this page 2019-03-27 11:26:15 -0500
  • Dennis Lambert
    commented 2019-01-30 16:19:07 -0600
    I have not officially declared, but I am running for POTUS in 2020.

    I am initiating communications to begin a discussion on ballot access and to encourage others to run for the Green Party.
  • Jennifer Stewart
    commented 2018-10-19 05:44:10 -0500
    I would like to know the hardline stance on 2nd amendment rights and gun control. Also death penalty ideologies. I believe that there are a handful of people (or type of peraon) that should never even have an opportunity for parole. Individuals akin to Jeffrey Dahmer or Charles Manson. Would you support a death penalty in high profile cases like these?
  • Kristin Tokarev
    commented 2018-10-03 17:48:32 -0500
    Dear Candidate for Congress,

    The race you aspire to win comes with a heavy burden, the special responsibility of a U.S. legislator to protect the Rule of Law. We are a non-partisan group of voting, taxpaying, American citizens who invite you to take a pledge that you will oppose any and all efforts by unelected bureaucrats and judges to do your job of making laws. Pledge that you will stand firm against pressures to act beyond the constitutional constraints set for your office that may come from interest groups, temporary majorities, your party leaders, or colleagues in Congress. No matter how many of your constituents demand some action from you, how great the need, or how desirable the outcome, you are bound to only perform such duties as are enumerated in the highest law of the land. To go beyond that for the sake of political expediency is tantamount to an act of treason.

    If elected as a public servant in the legislative branch of our federal government, We the People of the United States will delegate to you certain limited powers, explicitly listed in Article One. Before you are entrusted with the dangerous job of exercising that authority, you will take an oath to support and defend our Constitution. For over a hundred years, thousands of Representatives and Senators have taken that oath only to spend their careers breaking it out of ignorance, relinquishing most lawmaking responsibilities to a set of federal agencies. It is time for the long train of abuses and usurpations to end before the countless numbers of unelected and unaccountable petty tyrants in the executive branch or the handful of high-minded but misguided lawyers serving on the Supreme Court extinguish all freedom in the home of the brave.

    We draw your attention to Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution. It delegates to you as a member of our Congress the exclusive powers to: (1) “regulate Commerce among the States” and (2) “make all Laws.” To be able to perform your job in Congress, you need to remember that the Constitution was written in 1787 when the word “commerce” referred to trade of goods and the word “regulate” meant “make regular” i.e. the opposite of control and restrict. The purpose of this mandate was and is to empower the federal government to prevent local officials from meddling in the market exchanges between individuals who live across state borders.

    The Founders witnessed certain abuses of state governments that trampled upon the inalienable rights of the American citizens and included this article to secure our ability to freely trade with each other. Because of ignorance on this simple issue, your predecessors have violated their oaths of office. Thousands of laws today make commerce irregular, most of them created outside of Congress in blatant violation of the Constitution of our Republic. Not only has our legislative branch illegitimately assumed powers never granted to it, but it has failed to act as a check on the executive branch whose employees have arrogated even more power. A member of Congress who votes to delegate legislative duties to another branch of the government violates the sacred principle of separation of powers, our Founder’s way of protecting the liberty of the people against political encroachments.

    We call upon you as a candidate for Congress to take the following pledge to your Sovereign, the American People:

    I _______________________ pledge to dedicate my time in office to the task of restoring the Rule of Law. I pledge to return the American government to its original purpose of restraining individuals from injuring one another while leaving them free to pursue their own happiness as they see fit. I pledge to champion the abolition of all laws passed by Congress that restrict the creation of prosperity by the entrepreneurial people of this great nation. I pledge to put an end to the anti-Constitutional practice of elitist judges to legislate from the bench and of countless administrations, commissions, agencies, and bureaus to create rules with the power of federal law.
  • Eleanor (EChO) Ory
    commented 2018-09-16 11:09:02 -0500
    If Jo Crain is elected to the US Senate for Missouri, will this candidate support DC’s fight for statehood by cosigning S.1278? #GP4DCdemocracy #Democracy4DC #DCstatehood #VoteGreen2018