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Pro-life activist Randall Terry speaks at a protest calling for the impeachment of United States Attorney General Merrick Garland, Oct. 5, 2022.
Pro-life activist Randall Terry speaks at a protest calling for the impeachment of United States Attorney General Merrick Garland, Oct. 5, 2022. | The Christian Post/ Nicole Alcindor
7. Randall Terry

Randall Terry, the founder of the pro-life group Operation Rescue, is the Constitution Party’s presidential nominee. Stephen Broden, the founder and senior pastor of Fair Park Bible Fellowship in Dallas, Texas, who also founded the National Black Pro-Life Coalition, is his running mate

The candidate’s website cites the purpose of his presidential bid as to “make child killing by abortion the number one voter issue in America.” Terry is vowing to “show the horror of aborted children to the American people” by running commercials in the 60 days running up to the 2024 presidential election.

Noting that federal laws “clearly state there can be no censorship of federal candidates' ads placed within 60 days of the election,” Terry predicted that “when enough Americans see abortion, Americans will end abortion!” Stressing that “we are mounting this campaign to show the truth about abortion and to encourage voters not to vote for Biden,” Terry suggested that the purpose of his campaign was not to actually win the election. 

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“We are not even asking for your vote. Over 50% of Catholics, 1/3 of Evangelicals, and 90% of blacks (many who say they are against abortion) voted for Biden in 2020. If a small percentage of them repent, it could cause Biden’s defeat. And it will put the plight of babies front and center in this election!” the campaign stated. The frequently-asked-questions section of the website insists that the campaign will not hurt Trump and instead tells voters “Do NOT vote for Biden.”

The Constitution Party captured just 0.15% of the vote in the 2016 presidential election while winning only 0.04% of the vote in 2020. 

As of June 3, the Constitution Party has ballot access in 12 states that have a combined 110 electoral votes: Alaska, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, Oregon, South Carolina, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming.  

Ryan Foley is a reporter for The Christian Post. He can be reached at: ryan.foley@christianpost.com

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