The Constitution Party National Convention is held by the United States Constitution Party every two to four years. To date, there have been seven.
|Constitution Party National Convention presidential vote, 1992|
|Constitution Party National Convention presidential vote, 1996|
|Charles E. Collins||20||4.81%|
|Diane Beall Templin||0||0%|
|Constitution Party National Convention presidential vote, 1999|
Joseph Sobran was nominated unanimously for Vice President.
Joseph Sobran later withdrew in April 2000, citing scheduling conflicts with his journalistic commitments. Curtis Frazier, a surgeon from Missouri, was later selected by the Party Committee to be his replacement on the ticket.
|Constitution Party National Convention presidential vote, 2008|
|Max Riekse (Michigan)||4.5||0.87%|
|Daniel Imperato (Georgia)||1.0||0.19%|
|Susan Ducey (Kansas)||1.0||0.19%|
|Constitution Party National Convention vice presidential vote, 2008|
|Scott Bradley (Utah)||58.0||11.33%|
|Don Grundmann (California)||43.7||8.54%|
|Mad Max Riekse (Michigan)||13.3||2.60%|
|Susan Ducey (Kansas)||8.0||1.56%|
|Constitution Party National Convention presidential vote, 2012|
|Susan Ducey (Kansas)||15||3.72%|
Jim Clymer was nominated for Vice President by voice vote.
|Constitution Party National Convention presidential vote, 2016|
|Scott Copeland (Texas)||103.5||30.49%|
|Daniel Cummings (Wyoming)||9||2.65%|
|J.R. Myers (Alaska)||9||2.65%|
|Don Grundmann (California)||6||1.77%|
|John Diamond (Pennsylvania)||5||1.47%|
|Jeremy Friedbaum (Utah)||4||1.18%|
Scott Bradley was nominated for Vice President by voice vote.
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