How To Register Constitution Party In West Virginia
Ballot access for "third party candidates" is difficult. The Constitution and the Libertarian Parties had to take legal actions to be able to petition in state parks and not lose voting privileges in the primaries when registered third party, respectively. Both major parties welcome third party voters in the primaries. You simply pick which party primary ballot you want. The Constitution Party has and will continue to fight for reasonable requirements for state-wide ballot access. Presently, a party can only qualify for ballot access by getting a sufficient number of votes for governor. That is virtually impossible without that candidate first getting individual ballot access by getting nearly 10,000 signed petitions and then garnering enough votes in the general election. CPWVa will fight to get state-wide ballot access using voter registration which is done in other states. Please consider registering Constitution Party of West Virginia. Instructions are posted below. Sincerely, Phil Hudok, Chairman of the West Virginia Constitution Party
By contacting your County Clerk or contacting the Secretary of State as shown below, you can get a West Virginia Voter Registration Application.
Or, you can directly access the Secretary of State voter information:
The top half is instructions. You need only complete the bottom and mail or deliver the application.
Very important: Check OTHER and fill in the blank CONSTITUTION.
Welcome to world of Constitution Party registered voters. If constitutions don't matter, the rule of law is over!
Consider joining us in our weekly, Wed., 7:30 P.M. conference calls. Conference calls are open to the public. Non-member guests are introduced and encouraged to listen in.
Phone - (712)432-1500(712)432-1500 Access - 819199 followed by the # key
Note: Always double check the conference call-in info. We have had to choose different services in the past.
For folks interested in joining the party, there are two levels of party membership. Associate membership is a $5.00/year non-voting membership. Full/voting membership is $20.00/year. Full members cannot have dual party membership. For details, applicants should read the West Virginia Constitution Party bylaws. There are also life memberships. See the Constitution Party of West Virginia state website at www.cpwva.org.