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A Presidential Candidate contacted little ‘ol me! (part 2)

Good to meet you, Richard.

The only vote that is wasted is on someone that doesn’t represent you. To say otherwise is to declare an end to representative self-government in this country.

I’m sorry that we didn’t get Arkansas. We tried, we really did. But we just didn’t have enough people soon enough to get it done. But we intend to keep building in your state, and in all the states, beyond this election. And I know we can do far better in coming elections. With a sufficient mass of principled, committed citizens we can overcome any ballot obstacle that has been put in our way by the Republican/Democrat monopoly.

We have managed to get directly on a handful of state ballots this year, and, to become a recognized write in candidate in a majority of the rest. Fact is, we have access to just as large of a percentage of the electoral votes as Abe Lincoln did in 1860.

Here’s the final tally:

Time is short, so I don’t have time to write a long response, but I would like to invite you, and any of the readers of your blog, to come on the America’s Summit conference line tonight and ask me, or any of our leaders from across the country, any question you would like.

The call in information and links can be found here:


We start at about 8 pm Central.

I look forward to getting to know one another.

God bless you and yours.

For Life, Liberty, and the Constitution,

Tom Hoefling

(click here for brief notes on Hoefling’s interview with Catholic Revolver)



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