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Standing Firm on Principle and Upholding our Constitution in South Dakota

Friday, August 10, 2018

Message from New State Chairman

 
Hello Everyone,

My name is Micheal Gunn and I have recently become the new State Chairman of the Constitution Party of South Dakota. 

I was appointed as Vice-Chairman by the well-known and respected Chairwoman Lori Stacey. Lori, due to health reasons and other issues, has decided to resign as Chairman. 

A little about me: I have fought for what is constitutional all my life, much behind the scenes. Often called a trouble maker, if that is what it takes to stand up for what is right, then so be it!

Our Party is about the protection of Individuals' Rights and how there is no give or take to the Constitution. It was said best by Judge Scalia, “The Constitution says what it says, and does not say what it does not say”.

I am an immigrant that came to this great country at the ripe old age of a 1 year old. Then, at 16 years old, I began schooling at the Federal Building in Sioux Falls, South Dakota to become an American Citizen. Citizenship involves an Oath not much unlike that taken by elected officials. What really stuck with me all these years is the very beginning of that Oath. “ I, Micheal R. Gunn, do solemnly swear to protect and uphold the United States Constitution and the Citizens rights from all enemy's both foreign and (Domestic) so help me God”. 

I will do my best to represent you as the new party State Chairman and would appreciate any active involvement that will help our party. I am a fighter and will swear my allegiance to the Constitution Party as long as it continues to stand for what our Declaration of Independence, US Constitution and the Bill of Rights stand for. 

May God bless you. I am proud to be in this with you all. 


Sincerely,

Micheal Gunn

1 comment:

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