Keyes campaign boosted by California AIP affiliation change

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Steve Schulin

Jun 29, 2008, 7:57:43 PM6/29/08
June 29, 2008

Keyes for President (and Maryland Independent Party) gets big boost
from California: American Independent Party of California announces
new national affiliation

Alan Keyes supporters across the nation have been working to ensure
that he is a choice for president on ballots across the country in
November. As described in the appended press release, the path to that
goal in California has just been made much easier, and I wanted to
share this great news with my fellow Marylanders. The new national
America's Independent Party is doing other great things to help us
elect God-fearin', liberty-lovin', sovereignty-conservin' candidates
this year in Maryland, too. All of good will are invited to discuss
this and other subjects on the next Maryland Independent Party town
hall style conference call. These calls are live every Wednesday night
starting at 10:05 pm and Saturday morning starting at 9:05 am. The
dial-in number is long distance (the times of the calls were chosen to
let folks use their free minutes on cell phone plans):
Dial-in 712-421-7885
Passcode 2008#

Best wishes,


Steve Schulin,
Candidate for Congress - Maryland's 4th Distict

----- Forwarded Message ----
From: Markham Robinson <>
Sent: Sunday, June 29, 2008 1:11:01 PM
Subject: American Independent Party of California announces new
national affiliation

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American Independent Party of California announces new national

Media contact:
Markham Robinson
American Independent Party of California

Sacramento CA - June 28, 2008

California's American Independent Party, which has a forty-year
history in the Golden State, today announced its affiliation
nationally with the newly-formed America's Independent Party of
Fenton, MI. The Party had previously affiliated on a national basis
with the Constitution Party of Lancaster, PA.

The State Central Committee of the American Independent Party voted
unanimously in its Friday meeting to make the switch, after which the
new 2008 national affiliation was duly filed with the Secretary of
State's office in accordance with the requirements of California's
Election Code.

State Chairman Edward C. Noonan, on hand in Sacramento for the
official filing, stated, "We believe it is time to affiliate with a
new party, one that has a will to win. In sixteen years, the
Constitution Party has never elected a candidate. America's
Independent Party may be the best chance we have of stopping the never-
ending advance of socialism."

Friday's move makes the newly-minted America's Independent Party the
third largest national political party in the United States based on
voter registration.


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