As you all [likely] know, the Constitution Party candidates were removed from the ballot because the Republican Party objected to the petitions that the Constitution Party turned in.
Consequently, one candidate, Timothy Goodcase, has continued his campaign for Comptroller as a write-in candidate. He has filed his letter of "Intent to run as a write-in candidate" with all 110 election jurisdictions in the state of Illinois (there are 102 counties and 8 "home rule" cities). So if you are not happy with any of the candidates on the ballot, you can write in Timothy Goodcase on the line for Comptroller and YOUR VOTE WILL COUNT and BE COUNTED.
You can find out more about Mr. Goodcase by going to his website:
Today the people of our nation face possibly the greatest test of courage yet faced by Americans since our founders fought for and won our freedoms from the oppressive governance of England. Recently I viewed in-depth, the articles of the Declaration of Independence and was astounded to discover that almost every abuse of freedom listed in that declaration are prevalent in our government today.
Evidence proves the complete dissatisfaction and lack of trust by the people for both the Democratic and Republican parties. Under their watch we have seen a consistent undermining of Constitutional government. This has been accomplished by and creating and passing legislation that serves only their interest and not the best interest of the country. Under their watch judges are selected based on how favorably they rule regarding corporate interests instead of the justice our founders envisioned. The officials they appoint are rewarded with our tax dollars based on previous political support and not on ability or loyalty to their sworn oath.
I, like almost every American, have hopes that the officials we place in the role of governance this election cycle will represent the wishes of the people but, based on the past several decades experience, that is unlikely.
The Constitution Party is looking for people dedicated to returning our nation to the U.S. Constitutional rule of law our founders intended. That ideal includes encouraging and rewarding morality. Immorality has never and will never preserve or promote prosperity; by its very nature it cannot.
The groundwork has been laid for us by the founding fathers and its track record is a proven one. If you wish to participate in reestablishing our state and country back to our founder’s principles and providing opportunity to future generations, consider becoming a point of contact, county chairman, or other role. Maybe a particular issue stirs a passion in you; we could utilize focused participants as subject matter experts to inform others. Will you join us in this battle? Please help build our membership and support your future prosperity through participation and financial contributions.
Yours in Liberty
Randall C. Stufflebeam