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    1962 - "I Have A Dream"

    Many Americans are familiar with the March on Washington led by Martin Luther King, Jr. on August 28, 1963. They have heard about King’s message that day, “I Have a Dream.” But what most people don’t know is that sermon had been preached nine months earlier by King in a segregated high school in Rocky Mountain, North Carolina. The story surrounding the recent find of the tape recording of that message and the event is worth hearing. A portion of the recording is included in the News-Observer article.

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  • Over 4,000 Signatures Collected for Ballot Access

    ATLANTA, GA - 07/12/2016 (FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) - The Constitution Party of Georgia (CPGA) collected 4,176 signatures in about eight weeks to have its candidates placed on the ballot for the Presidential election in November, but it may not be enough. Current Georgia law requires over 52,000 signatures and a recent federal ruling in a suit filed by the Green and Constitution parties reduced that to 7,500 over the standard six month petitioning period.

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    Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 06:30 PM

    April 2017 Cherokee County Party Monthly Meeting

    Imagine a political party where you and other fellow patriots share a common understanding of the nature and purpose of civil government.  Imagine working with and supporting a political party where honoring God in how things get done is as important as the goals to achieve.  Imagine freedom from supporting lesser evils, compromising your core principles, and winner's regret.

    Welcome Home to the Constitution Party!

    The Cherokee County monthly meeting is held on the 4th Tuesday of the month and is open to all who are interested in learning more about the party and supporting our goals.  Meetings feature presentations that will educate and provide avenues for political action.  If you're looking for a debate club or conspiracy theory huddle then this meeting is not for you.  During our activism session members are involved in the process of political action - nobody sits on the sidelines!  We welcome patriots willing to dedicate themselves to united action to impact our city, county, and state governments.

    We'll continue our efforts for petitioning this month, finishing our planning and assignments.

    Save time during your registration and RSVP today via the web or text APRIL2017CC to (404)994-3586.  You will also be given opportunity to start or renew your membership with a couple of clicks.

    Agenda

    6:30 – 7:00 p.m.

       Registration
       Networking

    7:00 – 7:30 p.m.

       Party Overview
       Current Events Briefing

    7:30 – 8:40 p.m.

       Activism Session
       Volunteer Assignments

    8:45 p.m. 

       Adjourn

    Note:  The Holly Springs Train Depot/Community Center is near the intersection of Main Street and Hickory Road next to the railroad tracks.  Confirm the directions from your GPS system; some place the address further east on Hickory Road.

    Friday, May 05, 2017 at 08:00 AM through May 07, 2017

    Spring 2017 National Committee Meeting

    Register Now For The Spring 2017 National Committee Meeting In St. Louis!

    The Constitution Party Spring 2017 National Committee Meeting is set for May 5-6 in St. Louis Missouri at the Holiday Inn, St. Louis Airport - phone: (314) 427-4700.

    Registration fees for Non-Executive Committee Members will be $75.00. Executive Committee Members will be due $95.00.

    Room Rates: $99.00, including tax. (2 double beds or 1 king-size). Mention “Constitution Party” when you call. The reservation deadline is Friday, April 29, 2017.  The hotel provides a free Shuttle to and from the airport, as well as free parking.

    For more information on the agenda and to register please visit the Constitution Party Spring 2017 National Committee Meeting page.

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