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Michael Peroutka, former Constitution Party Presidential Nominee, Upsets Maryland Republicans by Winning Republican Primary

Michael Peroutka, the Constitution Party’s presidential nominee in 2004, won this year’s Republican primary for a seat on the Anne Arundel County Council. This story in the Baltimore Post-Examiner, an on-line news source, explains the distress his candidacy is causing Maryland Republican Party leaders.

5 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

    Will the top Elephants merely take drugs or drink some booze to reduce their distress ???


    NO primaries.
    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

    • Alabama Independent

      This is exactly why I am a Independent. The major parties argue that we 3rd partisans or Independents should work within the two party system. But when one of us wins, they go ballistic just as the GOP establishment apparently has with Peroutka winning this minor public office. Unless you maintain the establishment’s doctrine, we really are not welcome. They want our votes, but not our philosphy.

  2. John H Killian

    Republicans argue that conservatives should stay within the party and work to forward the conservative agenda. The actions against Michael Peroutka serve as a message that non-establishment conservatives are not welcome in the Maryland GOP

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