Two Constitution Party Members Were Elected to Local Office on November 7

On November 7, the city of Duchesne, Utah, held non-partisan elections for city office. Two officers of the local Constitution Party won their races. Rodney Rowley won a contested race for Mayor, with 63% of the vote. Danny Peatross won an uncontested race for city council.


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Two Constitution Party Members Were Elected to Local Office on November 7 — 6 Comments

  1. Considering how conservative the Constitution Party is, they are a perfect fit for Utah. Not a political party I’m a fan of, but in general a third-party win is still a positive, even if it’s in a non-partisan setting.

  2. This is the party I see as the closest to what Trump seems to be. A nativist conservative party with a taste for protectionism and a distaste for free markets

  3. Good to see. The Constitution Party needs a bigger voice, more support just like the proud document it’s named for.

  4. Wonderful to see the death grip of the corrupt two party system beginning to crumble. Here’s to hoping this is a brush fire of freedom that grows into a blazing explosion of glorious retaking by we the people.

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