Yes, the Constitution Party will be on the Utah ballot

It is a great deal of hard work, it is expensive and it is extremely time consuming. But Scott Bradley, a resident of North Logan, says he is making headway in his effort to become Vice President of the United States.

Bradley is running on the Constitution Party ticket along with Presidential candidate Darrell Cassell from Tennessee.

“Unequivocally we are on the ballot in the state of Utah,” Bradley exclaims. “It will be on the Constitution Party ticket and it will be the Cassell-Bradley ticket. In Utah, it is straightforward.

“If you’ve heard we’re on the Constitution Party, we’re running for president, all of that will show up on the ballot in the state of Utah.”

Bradley says his party has been working to clear up confusion about what his party stands for, and that they really will be on ballots.

“There are a lot of misconceptions or misunderstandings or misinformation that is out there. But the fact of the matter is we are absolutely on the ballot in Utah and people can vote for us.”

Bradley says he will be touring the western states with his running mate the latter part of September. In the meantime, he presents online programs along with question and answer sessions and he says he is getting some great response.

As for the major presidential candidates, Bradley says he fears Donald Trump has never read the Constitution and would not be likely to follow it even if he had.

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