A return to American Roots

Together, let’s bring America back.

Welcome and thank you for visiting the Constitutional National Committee.

We are not another political party, we’re not a think tank, we’re not selling anything. We’re Americans. We’re citizens looking for solutions and eager for honest change. We’ve felt it for some time, even if we didn’t want to admit it. Year after year of deficit spending, increasing entitlements, unaccountable elected officials, judges legislating from the bench, executive orders and what do

we have to show for it? Fewer Americans are working to support a national debt that has ballooned to $19 trillion.

Isn’t it time we address our nation’s broken political process? Isn’t it time to change course? Not a new direction…more of a restoration. Let’s return this country to the course which our Founding Fathers intended, the Constitution of the United States.

It’s not too late, in fact, it’s time. The Constitutional National Committee was formed to work alongside of, and in service to, the American people. Let’s restore this great nation.

Our Mission & Purpose

Mission

To eliminate all debt the United States of America has accumulated and to limit the size of the United States government, as intended by the Constitution of the United States.

To give the citizens of the United States a chance to participate in the political process without going through the established political parties.

Purpose

The Path Ahead

The Constitutional National Committee is not another national political party. Our hope is to create a pathway and support mechanism for all United States Representatives, regardless of political party, who adhere to the Constitution and advocate for limited government.

The Constitutional National Committee is not another national political party. Our hope is to create a pathway and support mechanism for all United States Representatives, regardless of political party, who adhere to the Constitution and advocate for limited government.

Our founding fathers crafted the Constitution on the foundation that government would derive its power from the people. Our current system is a far cry from the vision cast hundreds of years ago.

Today, political power is wielded by special interests, lobbyists and career politicians. The American people have been silenced. The mission of the Constitutional National Committee is to restore the system back to its original design where the goal of government is for the "lasting welfare" of the country.

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The Constitutional National Committee is not another national political party. Our hope is to create a pathway and support mechanism for all United States Representatives, regardless of political party, who adhere to the Constitution and advocate for limited government.

The Constitutional National Committee (CNC) will be a combination of national organizations that support the Constitution and stand for limited government. A representative from each of the founding organizations will have a seat at the table. For example, an Association promoting the right to bear arms will have one representative to fill the 2nd amendment seat. There are fifty seats in the founding committee, broken down into eight areas of importance. See the chart below.

The committee will set an agenda, determine strategy and put forth their platform. The platform will then be set before the entire membership of the CNC. As members of the CNC, individual Americans will have the opportunity to have their vote counted and their voice heard. Once approved, the CNC’s platform will be supported by every contributing national organization and the millions of like-minded individuals that support them. Limited government politicians, regardless of political party, can be confident that the platform of the CNC will already have met the approval of the millions of Americans supporting the CNC and its member organizations.

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The Constitutional National Committee is not another national political party. Our hope is to create a pathway and support mechanism for all United States Representatives, regardless of political party, who adhere to the Constitution and advocate for limited government.

Do you believe in the Constitution? The Constitutional National Committee (CNC) is made up of the leading organizations in the country who promote the Constitution and limited government. The CNC was formed to help candidates and elected officials who believe the same. 

If you are looking for support and do not want to follow the Washington mentality, the CNC is for you. The CNC is here to help and listen to your concerns as you represent your district. If you are interested in our support, please contact us.

The Constitutional National Committee is not another national political party. Our hope is to create a pathway and support mechanism for all United States Representatives, regardless of political party, who adhere to the Constitution and advocate for limited government.

Most Americans know our country is in trouble. We've mobilized our efforts for change by calling and writing our representatives and financially supporting our political party only to see failed results in Washington.

We need a voice. Since most Americans are working 40 hours a week and raising a family, it's not practical to run for political office. This is one of many reasons why the Constitutional National Committee (CNC) was created. 

Become a member and get involved with one of our national organizations. By joining the CNC you will:

  • Be able to vote on a national agenda

  • Vote for nominee for the Speaker of the House

  • Have a national organization support your values

  • A national organization to support your Representative

The CNC will be your voice in Washington, D.C.

Join Us

The Constitutional National Committee is not another national political party. Our hope is to create a pathway and support mechanism for all United States Representatives, regardless of political party, who adhere to the Constitution and advocate for limited government.

The Constitutional National Committee's volunteer Advisory Board of Directors oversees the daily operations of the committee and reports back to all the seated organizations. 

Advisory Board Members 

Tony Kayser – Sioux Falls, South Dakota 
Rich Konechne – Sioux Falls, South Dakota 
Bryon Will – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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Will you help us change the political landscape in the United States? Complete the form to learn more.

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Join the CNC. Donate today and help us leave a legacy our founding fathers fought for.

The Constitutional National Committee works alongside of, and in service to, the American people. Like you, we're citizens looking for solutions to reverse the enormous national debt and eager for honest change in the current political process. We believe in returning to our roots - the Constitution of the United States - we can restore this great nation.