Virgil Goode Campaigns in Arizona and New Mexico, Meets with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio

This story gives an account of Virgil Goode’s campaign trip to New Mexico and Arizona, including a meeting with Maricopa County, Arizona, Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Arpaio and Goode are both known for emphasis on the issue of illegal immigration. Arpaio is also famous this year for investigating the validity of President Obama’s full-form birth certificate, his social security card, and his selective service registration card.

Goode, the Constitution Party nominee, is on the ballot in New Mexico, but not on in Arizona. Arizona is one of only five states in which the Constitution Party has never been able to get its presidential nominee on the ballot. The others are Indiana, Oklahoma, North Carolina, and Georgia.


  1. Jeff Becker · · Reply

    Virgil’s campaign slogan is “Citizenship Matters.” He is the only national candidate calling for securing and controlling our borders. The Libertarian candidate is for total open borders.

  2. Mr. Winger – I suggest you require proof of citizenship before you allow anyone to post to this blog.

  3. How exactly do you propose to do that there @2?

  4. The Constitution Party made an effort to get on the ballot for president at one time or another in North Carolina, Georgia, and Indiana. They have never tried in Oklahoma. A planned effort to get on the ballot in 1992 was cancelled because Howard Phillips, the founder and presidential candidate, found out he would have to share the media with Governor Evan Mecham, who was running as an Independent for senator.

  5. 3 –

    Why, long form birth certificates, of course.

  6. I’m really kind of surprised that the Constitution Party has never been able to place a presidential candidate on the ballot in Arizona.

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