The Constitution Party was a centre-right party founded by Anthony Jefferson, a former Libertarian Party member. The party was initially founded as a breakaway faction from the Libertarian and Republican Parties. Following a string of defeats for the Libertarian Party, former Michigan governor Cookiesnow inspired the defection of Libertarians to the Constitution Party in an attempt to rejuvenate the party.
The Constitution Party saw some electoral success, growing around 0.5% a day in National Support which is unheard of for third parties that are legitimate. However, by the mid-June 2017 general elections, it had lost all but one of its seats in the Senate and membership declined sharply from its peak of 29 to 4. Its support remained concentrated in the states of Kansas, which was represented by member Jim Rohan in the Senate, and Alaska, the home of current leader and former Senator Thomas Eris. As of June 20, the party had only 3 members and held a lone Senate seat, occupied by Senator Wokieleaks of Mississippi.
The party, as with all others except the Republican Party and the Libertarian Party, ceased to exist after the July 2017 reset and transition from POWER 2.0 to 3.0. The party's membership has since dispersed. Most joined the GOP shortly before or after the reset; Jim Rohan joined the reformed Democratic Party.
Notable Politicians Edit
- Thomas Eris: Current CP leader, former Alaska Senator, POWER meme incarnate
- Jim Rohan: Former Kansas Senator
- Wokieleaks: Current Missisippi Senator
- Anthony Jefferson: CP founder
- Cookiesnow: Former Senator, current Republican Party member