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Darrell Castle to Speak in Memphis: 23 May 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  23 May 2016

PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE TO SPEAK IN MEMPHIS TONIGHT

Darrell Castle, Constitution Party 2016 Presidential Nominee, has been invited to speak to a Campaign for Liberty meeting this evening, starting at 6:30 pm, 23 May 2016, at Jason’s Deli – 3473 Poplar Avenue, Memphis.   The meeting is free and open to the public.  Mr. Castle will discuss his run for the presidency and the main issues of his campaign, which are:

Withdrawal of the United States from the United Nations, and explain why this must happen Start the process to end the Federal Reserve system and return the United States to a constitutional monetary system Start the process of closing down all unconstitutional agencies of the federal government Return to fiscal sanity and solvency; bring spending under control and paying down the national debt Take a non-interventionist approach to foreign policy

Mr. Castle, a Memphis area attorney and Vietnam War veteran, who also served as the Constitution Party’s 2008 Vice-presidential Nominee running with Chuck Baldwin.

For more information about the campaign, please review these links:

America’s Constitution Party Selects Darrell Castle to be its 2016 Presidential Nominee

Constitution Party Presidential Nominee Darrell Castle: We Must Show President Obama He is not a Dictator

The Constitution Party Makes Its Case for a ‘Completely Different World’: ‘We are Not About Playing Political Games”

 

Contact the Castle 2016 campaign:

Campaign Website:  castle2016.com

Campaign Communications and Media Director: Karen Murray  

The Constitution Party was founded in 1992 by a coalition of like-minded state parties, with the mission to re-establish the American Constitutional Republic according to the Actual Intent of the Founders of the United States of America by electing Constitution Party candidates at all levels of government.  Find out more at: www.constitutionparty.com.  Contact the Constitution Party at

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