(NN&V Staff) – The Independent American Party will hold its State Convention in Elko at the Red Lion starting at noon on Friday, February 26th and concluding on Saturday, February 27th at 5pm.
“Our candidates must be nominated by the State Convention in order to file for public office,” stated John Wagner, IAP state chairman. “We expect to have a full slate of statewide candidates, including US Senate and Congress, and many other candidates for State Senate, Assembly, and local county offices.”
“The Independent American Party is Nevada’s third largest party and while the Republicans and Democrats have been losing registered voters, we continue to grow,” Wagner continued. “As the discontent mounts in our nation and state, our opportunities to elect Independent Americans have never been greater.”
The special guest speaker on Friday evening will be Dr. Jerome Corsi, best selling author and columnist for WorldNetDaily.
Dr. Corsi has authored numerous books including: his latest book America for Sale-Fighting the New World Order, Surviving Global Depression, and Preserving USA Sovereignty, The Obama Nation-Leftist Politics and the Cult of Personality, The Late Great USA-NAFTA, the North American Union and the Threat of the Coming Merger with Mexico and Canada, The Minutemen, Battle to Secure America’s Borders.
Dr. Corsi is a registered member of the Constitution Party in New Jersey – which is a state affiliate of the Independent American Party. Dr. Corsi will speak at 5:30pm for dinner and then at 7:30pm for a meeting open to the public.
The luncheon on Saturday will feature Scott Bradley, an inspiring advocate for the Constitution.
“Virtually all of the challenges faced by the nation today can be traced to a divergence from the original intent of the United States Constitution,” says Bradley. “America is at a crossroads—the answer is the Constitution.”
Scott Bradley ran for US Senate against Orrin Hatch in Utah and is a member of the Utah Constitution Party an affiliate of Nevada’s Independent American Party.
In addition, to choosing their candidates, delegates will review the party’s platform, consider resolutions, and elect State Officers. Nominated candidates will have an opportunity to address the Convention. As required by state law, the Independent American Party will submit the list of our nominated candidates to the Secretary of State on Monday, March 1st after which our candidates can file.