as the Constitution Party's (formerly U.S. Taxpayers Party) 2000
nominee at the party's national convention in St. Louis, Missouri on
Chairman of The Conservative Caucus, a non-partisan public policy advocacy group, he founded in 1974.
President of Policy Analysis, Inc., a public policy research organization which publishes the bi-monthly Issues and Strategy Bulletin.
1996 was for a second time selected as the USTP candidate for
appeared on the ballot in 39 states and obtained 184,820 votes (0.19%).
In 1992, helped found the USTP and was chosen as its candidate for president; on the ballot in 21 states, he obtained 43,398 votes (0.04%).
As chairman of The Conservative Caucus since 1974, has waged campaigns on issues such as the Panama Canal, SALT II treaties, "defunding the left," and NAFTA and the World Trade Organization.
Director of the U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity in 1973 during the Nixon administration; resigned in protest over spending on Great Society programs.
Ran for Congress in the Massachusetts 6th (Essex County), obtaining 41% of the vote against Democrat Michael Harrington.
Director of the President's Council on Youth Opportunity, 1969-70.
Assistant to the chairman of the Republican National Committee.
Chairman of the Boston Republican Party, 1964-66.
|Activities||Author of three
The Next Four Years (1992), Moscow's Challenge to U.S. Vital
in Sub-Saharan Africa (1987), and The New Right at Harvard
College, A.B. in government, 1962. Was twice elected president of
the Student Council.
Peggy, six children; twelve grandchildren.
|Age||59 years old. Born February 6, 1941 in Boston.|
Vice presidential nominee of the Constitution Party.
for the U.S. Taxpayers Party (Constitution Party) in Missouri in 1998;
member of Constitution Party National Committee 1996-present; Missouri
State Chairman, 1998-present.
|Activities||Former editor of
Truths" newsletter; member of Association of American Physicians and
Gun Owners of America, The Conservative Caucus and Separation of School
and State Alliance.
Oklahoma State University, B.S., 1978; University of Oklahoma College
Medicine, M.D. 1982. Emergency Medicine Residency, Charity
at New Orleans, 1983-85.
Jana, married in 1983; 7 children ranging from 14 years to newborn.
|Age||44 years old.|