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Constitution Party to Meet in North Alabama on Saturday

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Saturday, October 29, 2016, the Alabama Constitution Party will meet in Athens for a luncheon meeting at 12:00 noon. Conservative activist Don Casey will be speaking on the topic: “From Where Do Our Rights Come? From God? From Government? From Some Other Source?”

The Alabama Constitution Party said in a statement, “Don Casey will be speaking on “Our Rights Come From God.” “This is a most important subject for our time as there are efforts being made to limit or destroy our rights. We welcome you to attend and asked questions and learn more about our rights.”

Don Casey has given talks all over the country about the threat of the UN’s Agenda 21 for years. He has also spoken against revising the Alabama State Constitution through the amendment process and eminent domain for economic development purposes.

Lunch will be served at 12:00 noon and the speakers will be from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
The dinner will be at: 306BBQ & Catering; 23101 US Highway 72; Athens, Alabama 35613

You do not need to be a member of the Alabama Constitution Party to attend.

The Constitution Party generally considers itself more conservative than the Republican Party and appeals heavily to Christian conservatives. The Alabama Constitution Party was unable to get their presidential candidate, Darrell Castle, on the November 8th ballot in Alabama. The Alabama Constitution Party has been highly critical of Alabama’s ballot access laws, which are some of the toughest in the country for third party candidates.

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For More information about Saturday’s event contact:

Bruce Craig at [email protected]


Brandon Moseley is a former reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter.

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