The Constitution Party advocates a platform which aims to reflect the principles of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, and the Bill of Rights. Their policies are similar to that of the Libertarian Party in their strong belief in federalism, limited government, and non-intervention, but similar to the Republican Party in their stance against abortion, homosexual marriage, embryonic stem cell research, and illegal immigration.
In 2006, Rick Jore of Montana became the first Constitution Party candidate elected to a state-level office, though the Constitution Party of Montana had disaffiliated itself from the national party a short time before the election.
On April 26, 2008, Chuck Baldwin was nominated as the Constitution Party candidate for President of the United States in 2008.
- Idaho State Senate elections: Ray Writz, Randall K. Patterson
- Minnesota State Senate elections: Steve Park
- Missouri State Senate elections: Bennie Hatfield, Richard Newton
- South Dakota State Senate elections: Slade Ammann,
- Utah State Senate elections: Jim Peverelle, Jr, David A Hansen, Sherry Phipps
Independent American Party of Nevada
- Official Constitution Party website and platform
- National Veterans Coalition
- Promotional items and memorabilia
- Constitution Party at ThirdPartyNews.net
- Constitution Party bulletin board
- CP discussion forum at LiveJournal
- Profile at CNN
- Constitution Party at Wikipedia
- The official Independent American Party of Nevada Home Page
- List of political parties in the United States
- Political parties with candidates in state senate elections in 2010