In our ongoing effort to keep our readership abreast of all things right-wing third party we bring you this bit of news. The Prohibition Party nominated Baptist minister Jack Fellure at its recent convention. The nomination was considered a bit of a surprise. Fellure is no stranger to Presidential politics, having run as a Republican several times before. Darcy Richardson has the story. Interestingly, the reportedly “sparsely attended” convention was addressed by some fairly well known (in third party circles) guests speakers – Libertarian activist Steve Gordon and ballot access expert Richard Winger.
Here is Fellure’s website. I saw his website earlier when I was looking at all the websites listed at politic1.com for obscure Republican candidates. Apparently he is a Ruckmanite (King James only). Correction: Actually I’m not sure it is accurate to attribute every theological perspective on the website to Fellure. The website appears to belong to someone else and the section on Fellure’s campaign is just one page of it. (This doesn’t bode well. Steve Gordon’s talk was on using new media. Someone needs to take his advice.)