1991 (U.S. Taxpayer Party), 1999 (Constitution Party)
The Constitution Party is the third largest party in the United States by registered members. The party seeks to restore the American Constitutional Republic.
The Constitution Party, formerly known as the United States Taxpayers’ Party, was founded in 1991 to reestablish the American Constitutional Republic, a concept centered on the Founding documents (the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights).
It is the third largest political party by registration in the United States, with approximately 450,000 registered members.
The seven guiding principles of the Constitution Party are Life, Liberty, Family, Property, the Founding Documents, State’s Rights and American Sovereignty.
Constitution Party National Committee
23 North Lime St.,
Lancaster, PA 17602
A blue soaring eagle on the left, and two rows of red and blue text on the right (Constitution Party), with a red star and four trailing blue lines.
Frank Fluckiger, also Chairman of the Utah Constitution Party as well as 13 Western States for the party, and serves on the national Executive Committee.
Howard Phillips: Party founder, and former Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity in the Nixon administration