The Constitution Association celebrates its anniversary each year in July. This year's event will be held in Wildomar, with an expectation of somewhere between 150 and 200 people. Last year's event was tremendous (see images here), and this year's event is shaping up to be even more incredible. So far, we have two confirmed speakers, and they are two of the most exciting movers and shakers in the California war for sanity. Tickets for this year's event will go on sale April 30th for $30 (early bird special). In May the price goes up to $35. June 15th the price will go to $40. So, be ready to grab that early bird sale!
Niger Roy Innis is a Tea Party activist and politician and the National Chairman for the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE). He formerly was the executive director of TeaPartyFwd.com.
Innis is active in community and social organizations, including Co-Chairman of the Affordable Power Alliance (APA), a coalition of Latino and African American ministerial organizations; Senior Citizen Advocates, which fights against public policies that raise energy costs; Advisory Committee Project 21 for the National Center for Public Policy Research; consultant to EEN247.com, Empowerment and Excellence Cable channel; NRA Membership Committee and NRA Lifetime member.
Innis is political and social commentator for various cable news networks, most commonly on Fox News. His father, Roy Innis, was National Director of CORE from 1968 until his death January 8, 2017.
Innis was a Republican candidate for the United States House of Representatives in Nevada's 4th congressional district during the 2014 elections. He lost the primary to Cresent Hardy, who went on to defeat incumbent Democrat Steven Horsford.
Timothy Michael "Tim" Donnelly is an American politician who was a Republican member of the California State Assembly, representing the 59th and 33rd districts. Before his election to the Assembly in November 2010, Donnelly was a small businessman. On January 22, 2013, Donnelly announced his intention to seek the Republican nomination for Governor of California in the 2014 election. He placed third in the open primary, behind Jerry Brown and Neel Kashkari, who contested the election in November 2014.
In 2005, Donnelly became involved with the Minuteman movement, and founded the Minuteman Party in California. He stepped down from the Minutemen to return to private life in 2006.
Tim Donnelly is among the possible candidates being discussed by voters for the next California gubernatorial election.
He is currently touring the State to promote his book, "Patriot Not Politician."
- Both speakers have confirmed for the July 15 event.