December 20, 1960 |
Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.
|Political party||America's (Before 2013, 2016-)
|Alma mater||Iowa Central Community
Thomas Conrad "Tom" Hoefling (born December 20, 1960) is an American activist and politician. He is the founder and national chairman of America's Party and was the party's 2012 and 2016 presidential nominee. Hoefling has served as political director for Alan Keyes' political group America's Revival, and as a representative for the American Conservative Coalition.
Hoefling was on the ballot in California, Colorado, and Florida. He was also filed as a qualified write-in candidate in Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Montana, Ohio, Texas, and West Virginia. Hoefling received 40,624 votes in the general election, or 0.03%, coming in 8th place nationally out of 27 candidates who were on the ballot in at least one state.
He is married to Siena Stone Hoefling, and has nine children; Matthew, Katherine, Timothy, Elijah, Sebastian, Samuel, Grace, Caleb, and Jacob.
|Party political offices|
|America's Party nominee for President of the United States
|American Independent Party nominee for President of the United States
|American Party nominee for President of the United States
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