Changing the Course of a Nation

Attend the Keynote Address by Scott Bradley

National Committee Meeting to be hosted by CPMO in St. Louis, Missouri on May 5 and 6, 2017!

It is exciting times for the Constitution Party! Our 2016 presidential ticket attracted the attention of many, who reading the handwriting on the wall, are seeing the need for a new political home.  People are looking for a party that means what it says and commits to do what it says!

Committed to keeping the momentum gained through the campaign, a new national marketing and strategy was introduced at the Fall National Committee Meeting in Huntsville, Alabama. A new look and new approach to reaching the millions of nonvoters and dissatisfied voters was enthusiastically embraced, and we can expect more of the same at the upcoming meeting in St. Louis.

Close to home and new reduced registration fees make this event a must for Missouri party members and supporters. Let’s demonstrate our state motto by turning out big numbers for this event, showing that Missouri can lead the way and show how following the Constitution is critical to restoring our Republic.

For those who can’t attend the two day event, you and your friends can attend the Keynote Address given by Dr. Scott Bradley on Friday evening, May 5 at 7:00 pm., “The Perils of a Constitutional Convention”.

The Missouri General Assembly has multiple resolutions and a senate bill calling for a constitutional convention. While you may understand the dangers of such conventions, many myths and misunderstandings are promoting this as the solution to solving our problems. Dr. Bradley is a constitutional expert and an outstanding speaker! Let’s give our friends and neighbors the opportunity to hear the truth!

Tickets for this event are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Fifty percent of the ticket sales will be applied to our national state assessment fee. This is a win-win situation for our state and the national party.

A registration form and further details for the Committee Meeting may be accessed at