Conservative Constitution Party Candidate Darrell Castle Explains Why You Should Support Him
2016 has become the most interesting presidential campaign in memory, and perhaps the most interesting in American history. The Democrats selection of the deeply unpopular Hillary Clinton, and the Republicans selection of the polarizing Donald Trump has left the door wide open for the minor party candidates to make an impression on a majority of American voters who remain dissatisfied with the two major party candidates. Libertarian Gary Johnson is currently polling at 13%, Green Party candidate Dr. Jill Stein is getting a lot of positive press in the liberal media, and conservatives Tom Hoefling of America’s Party and Darrell Castle of the Constitution Party both seem prepared to win a larger vote share than either of their party’s have ever seen before.
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This past week Mr. Castle explained why he was willing to put aside a successful business career and a busy personal life to run for the presidency.
At this critical time in American history, Darrell Castle explains why he put aside his business and personal life to run for President and why he feels it is so important that he win. Overcoming challenges from the current political structure of the country where media controls the news, he sets out what must be done immediately by the American people to prevent the loss of the Constitution and the American Republic.
Right now, please take a moment to financially support Darrell’s campaign and share this message with everyone you know using all forms of media and creative ideas. Whether you like it or not, the future of your country is in your hands. How will you line up in the battle for liberty?
Go to: www.Castle2016.com to donate and to learn more about Darrell, the Constitution Party and how you can help.
Article reposted with permission from Constitution.com. Article by Onan Coca.