Randy Stufflebeam, the Constitution Party’s 2006 nominee for Illinois Governor who received the highest number of write-in votes for a gubernatorial candidate in state history, is currently the National Vice-Chairman of the Constitution Party. Stufflebeam hosts a weekly radio show called Constitutionally Correct on Blog Talk Radio that mainly covers news relevant to the CP. Past shows have included 2008 vice-presidential nominee Darrell Castle, Karen Murray, the CP Communications Director, a special report about the CP’s national executive committee meeting in Saint Louis in early December, and Larry Pratt, president of the Gun Owners of America who has strong ties to third parties. The show airs every Wednesday.
Stufflebeam’s show can be found at the following link below:
Also, of significant note is that Stufflebeam in January formed an exploratory committee looking at a possible U.S. Senate run in Illinois in 2014. Stufflebeam had attempted to run for the Senate in 2010 and turned in more than 35,000 signatures to be placed on the ballot (well over the 25,000 needed), but after the invalid ones were struck out was determined to be less than 100 short of the requirement. It is likely that Stufflebeam will announce sometime this month whether or not he plans on launching a bid for the U.S. Senate. He already has a draft website set up and a Facebook group with over 300 members up and running. The website is below: