Today, William Saturn reported the following at IPR:
Dr. Don Grundmann, chairman of the Constitution Party of California informs me he will seek the 2016 presidential nomination of the Constitution Party. Grundmann, a 64 year old chiropractor from San Leandro, California has twice sought the White House and is currently running for U.S. Senate.
I stumbled upon the news after asking Grundmann about the use of the phrase “Upon my election to the Presidency” on his official Senate campaign website. He explained that his webmaster erred in transferring data from another website and has requested its removal to keep the site exclusive to the Senate campaign. Nevertheless, he also confirmed his desire to seek the Presidency, adding that he came to the decision in the past few days.
Grundmann joins a growing field of Constitution Party presidential candidates that includes Alaska Constitution Party chairman J.R. Myers, Christian minister Scott Copeland, and 2012 American Independent Party presidential nominee Tom Hoefling.
The party’s nominee will be decided at the National Convention April 13-16 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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