From the Constitution Party of Idaho, March 20th, 2016:
Because the Constitution Party of Idaho has two candidates seeking our November ballot line for the U.S. Senate, we believe some public comparison of these two candidates is appropriate. Seeking the ballot line are: Raymond J. Writz of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, and Pro Life (whose Christian name was Marvin Richardson) of Letha, Idaho.
Our state affiliate is making plans for a Lewiston Debate to be held Saturday, May 7th, 2016 beginning 12:30 p.m. (Pacific Daylight Time), in Room 115, Sacajawea Hall, Lewis & Clark State College campus. We will be busy working on the venue details with the kind and helpful folks at LCSC to make this public debate happen, and make it be successful.
The question format will be similar to the one we used for the recent Boise Debate of the Constitution Party candidates for President, on February 27th prior to the March 8th Primary. (We have an audio tape of that debate available on our website under CPIdahoUpdates.)
We will also seek public question submission, and work those into the Lewiston Debate question array (the same as we did at Boise). This primary was unexpected. That said, our job as honest arbiters of political choice, and ethical process, requires us to examine these candidates and leave to you, our registered voters the decision.
That decision will come Tuesday, May 17th, 2016 at the State Primary. We sincerely ask those who live in Nez Perce, Latah or surrounding area to contact us if you can volunteer to help us with the debate. We can use help keeping the debate timer, for example. And most importantly…contacting your neighbors and have them attend!
Be on the lookout for a mailed note card. For information, or to volunteer to help, contact Chairman Whitley [chairman [at] cpidaho.org]. News media is urged to contact the chairman as well.
Self government is not a spectator sport. Please participate. And consider helping CP-Idaho fund our public program.