Criteria for a Candidate

Criteria for a Candidate

What kind of man was President George Washington? Was he loud, agressive, and crude? Or was he certain, solid, and dignified? With these questions in mind, what kind of man do we want to take up his legacy for the next four years?  

We all want representatives that will help us reestablish the checks and balances. We yearn for leaders we can look up to as standards of morality. Imperfect men, yes, but sincere Christians; men who make mistakes but are willing to repent, and do their best every day.

The president of the Thomas Jefferson Center for Constitutional Restoration, Dr. Glenn J. Kimber, has published a statement on how we can identify a Presidential candidate that will establish liberty. You can download it here:

Board of Advisors
  • Lyle Bair
  • Tom Hahn
  • Al Jackson
  • Bevan Johnson
  • Kenneth Kimber
  • Bob McKee
  • Lloyd Mish
  • Rev. Bob Smith
  • Kevin Walkenhorst
  • Amb. Sam Zackhem
  • Pete Neilson
  • Noel Barney
  • Ricky Davis
  • Thomas Conely
  • Aaron Kesler
 
National Faculty
  • Lyle Bair
  • Tom Hahn
  • Al & Julene Jackson
  • Bevan Johnson
  • Kenneth Kimber
  • Bob McKee
  • Lloyd Mish
  • Rev. Bob Smith
  • Kevin Walkenhorst
  • Amb. Sam Zackhem
  • Bob & Threesa Cummings
  • Dennis Whitaker
  • Jeff Allen
  • Rick and Hilary Beck
  • Sharon Krey
  • Rick Franklin
  • Bob Wells
  • GK Mangleson
  • Greg Stradling
  • Pete Neilson
  • Ryan Woolley
  • Steven Thatcher
  • Paula & Kennon Forester
  • Larry Hill
  • Wendy Morris
  • John & Sue Brandt
  • Teresa Young
  • Tim Irwin
  • Pam Openshaw
  • Janet Seamans
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