By K. Lea Priestley, PrestonCitizen.com (Idaho), June 17th, 2016:
Franklin County residents will have the opportunity to meet Scott Bradley, the Constitutionalist Party’s vice presidential candidate, on June 24 from 6-9 p.m. at the Larsen-Sant Library in Preston.
Bradley is the running mate with Darrell Castle on the Constitutionalist Party ticket. Castle was chosen in April to be the party’s Presidential candidate at their convention in Salt Lake City. Castle is a former Marine and an attorney from the Memphis, Tenn. area, and has long upheld his belief in the Constitution party, the third largest political party in the US. “Darrell tapped me to be his running mate and I accepted,” Bradley said.
Bradley is the author of “To Preserve the Nation,” a lecturer, and a Cache Valley native. According to the campaign website, he obtained his undergraduate degree in political science, his Master’s in public administration and his Ph.D. in constitutional law. “He’s kind of an undiscovered treasure from Cache Valley, “ said Joe Steele, a former Republican who is now a Bradley supporter.
NOTE FROM ATPR: The Constitution Party of Idaho has refused to place the national party’s ticket of Darrell Castle/Scott Bradley on the Idaho ballot, instead placing the winner of Idaho’s presidential primary, Scott Copeland, as their presidential candidate, and his primary runner-up, J.R. Myers, as the vice-presidential candidate.