A Cache Valley resident who is also running for U.S. Vice President on the Constitution Party ticket says his campaign has shown him that Americans are feeling frustrated and many of them have disengaged from the political process.
Scott Bradley, who is the runningmate to Presidential candidate Darrell Castle, says he will be speaking at the Larsen-Sant Library in Preston, Idaho on Friday, June 24 starting at 6 p.m.
Bradley says those inviting him have said they want to know more about what the Constitution Party stands for and what makes it unique.
“We’re the only pro-life presidential ticket still out there, for example,” Bradley explains. “A lot of people are frustrated with the current options, let’s put it that way.”
Bradley and his runningmate, who is a native of Tennessee, say their party is getting interest from those who are feeling disaffected by the leading candidates of the Republican and Democratic parties.
“We’ve got people from different camps that have found themselves feeling a little bit on the outside looking in,” Bradley continues. “We’ve been contacted by a number of people from the traditional big box parties finding themselves frustrated.”
Bradley says many people he talks to have disengaged from the political process and in his words, “if we don’t engage we could lose this nation.”
He is the author of “To Preserve the Nation”, a lecturer and a teacher of classes on the U.S. Constitution. Bradley says he and Castle are now on the ballot in 18 states and they are hoping to be on in 40 states prior to the November election.