American Independent Party Sets Location of Presidential Nominating Convention

The American Independent Party of California will choose a presidential nominee on August 11, in Sacramento. The meeting will be at Perkos Restaurant at 925 Third Street, at the corner of J Street. The Saturday session starts at 9:30 a.m. and is set to last until 5 p.m. There are also proceedings at the same location on Friday evening, August 10.


  1. An Alabama Independent · · Reply

    Jack Fellure, the Prohibition nominee for President is still willing to accept the AIP nomination for President. While it is not likely the party will give its nomination to him, it is so sad to see this once great state 3rd party become so ineffective in this election. If the party leadership wanted to demonstrate it still has some political savvy, it would at least swallow its petty philosophical differences with the Constitution Party and nominate former Congressman Virgil Goode for President. But again, just as with giving their nomination to Jack Fellure, I’m not holding my breath while waiting for them to do the right thing at least and nominate Virgil Goode.

  2. Michael · · Reply

    1) Don’t get your hopes up. At least with Goode there would be a solid conservative campaign. However, it seems to be more splintering at the seams.

  3. Why hijack the AIP?

  4. Casual Bystander · · Reply

    Is there really any talk of nominating Jack Fellure?

  5. Trent Hill · · Reply

    No, except from this one commentator.

  6. J D FARGO · · Reply

    jack fellure is a decent man , he deserves to be treated with the respect of a bona fied candidate, fellure presence on the ca ballot would help the prohibition party

  7. Why would they not nominate their national candidate Virgil Goode?

  8. An Alabama Independent · · Reply

    Green Party Voter, you apparently have not kept up with the latest in California. The state AIP is not associated any longer with the Constitution Party. So Virgil Goode is not “their national candidate.” It’s that simple.

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