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Successful Conference in Lancaster PA
January 24, 2004 - Lancaster, PA - Biblical Foundations of American Law - Featured speakers: Roy Moore, Alabama Chief Justice; Alan Keyes, Ambassador; James N. Clymer, Chairman, Constitution Party; Howard Phillips, Founder, Constitution Party; Michael Peroutka, Presidential Candidate. Conference was a success! Read the article from the Lancaster PA Sunday News. 
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Volunteer and Contribute Online
New for 2004! You may now sign up as a CPNC volunteer or contribute funds to CPNC online. We need volunteers to help with party growth and campaigns. Sign up by clicking the Volunteer link at the left in red or in the menu bar above. And, through an arrangement with PayPal, contributions can now be received online and deposited directly to the CPNC account. To contribute, click the Contribute link at the left in red or in the menu bar above. 
Petition Kicked Off at Rally
Sat. Nov. 22, a rally held on the grounds of the state capitol in Raleigh kicked off the signing of a petition to the US Congress asking that matters of religion be removed from the jurisdiction of all federal courts. The rally, initiated at state capitols nationwide by the National Coalition to Restore the Constitution, and sponsored in NC by the Constitution Party of NC, was well attended for the very short notice of the rally. Future events are planned by the NCRC. 
New CP Organization Formed
A meeting held November 1 in Raleigh resulted in the formation of the Triangle Area Constitution Party. The new organization will serve Raleigh, Wake County, and surrounding counties. See the new TACP Page for contact information if you are in the Triangle Area. (Press Release) 
CP Presented at Guilford Co. SchoolCP Receives Exposure at Rally
Students at Ragsdale High School participated in a panel discussion event as part of Mr. Michael Stichter's American Government course on October 16. Representatives from several parties were invited, but only four ultimately showed, including our State Chairman, Michael Harrison, to represent the Constitution Party. 
The Ten Commandments Rally that took place in Raleigh on Wednesday, Oct. 1, proved to be a great opportunity for the party to be exposed to the public eye. Christian leaders, homeschoolers, CP members, and constitutionalists from around the state and from other states gathered at the noon rally at the steps of the capitol building. Our Rally Page has photos and a summary of the event. 
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Wisconsin CP Vice-chairman Passes
After being stricken with a severe stroke on Sept. 2, Ed Frami, the vice-chairman of the WI state party lay paralyzed for ten days until passing away early Friday evening, Sept. 12 at the age of 50. Read what CP national chairman Jim Clymer had to say. 
Press Release Condemns Removal of Monument
CPNC issued its first official press release. The release highlights the outrage over the removal of the Ten Commandments monument from the judicial building in Montgomery, Alabama. 
Successful First NC Camp American
Camp American week in NC is now history. The campers, numbering just 17 for this first year in NC, were treated to instructional sessions by Larry Pratt, (Executive Director, Gun Owners of America), Tom DeWeese (President, American Policy Center), Chuck Michaelis and Noelle Diehlman (Directors, Camp American), Charlie Smith, and Michael Harrison (Chairman, CPNC). Campers came to Singletary Lake State Park in Bladen County from North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, and Missouri. Visit the Camp American website for more details and begin now making plans June 2004. 
National Debt Clock
How would you like to be truly shocked? Check out this interesting web page and you'll begin to realize just how staggering our national debt is -- and how fast it keeps rising. The National Debt Clock is truly amazing. After seeing how bad the situation is, you can begin to understand why we are so insistent about adhering to the Constitution. 
Ballot Access Drive Under Way
With the coming of July also came the beginning of CPNC efforts to gain ballot access for the Constitution Party in the state of North Carolina in time for the general election of 2004. Cal Zastrow, the national party's field coordinator, was in the Charlotte, NC area through July 20 to assist with this effort and to train volunteers who were willing to help. Email or call us right away if you are interested in getting involved. Contribution incentives are also being offered to encourage donations toward this effort. See our June Newsletter for details. 
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What is the Constitution Party? See our FAQ and Party Platform pages. There is also a wealth of information available at the Constitution Party national web site.
Why is the GOP no longer suitable? Many still place considerable confidence and trust in GOP candidates to champion traditional morality, family values, patriotism and conservatism. See our Why Not GOP page to understand why the GOP is no longer the best vehicle for these values.
How may I get involved? Have questions? Want to know how you can make a difference in NC and America? Would you like to host a citizen's meeting? We are ready to assist serious citizens in organizing throughout NC. Please see our County Organization page. Also, please complete our Volunteer form to register your interest in helping us. You can also get involved by sending a Contribution.
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