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United States of America — American Independent PartyCandidate for President

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James Hedges

Musician & Public Official
4,462 votes (10.6%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • We will conduct foreign affairs with the preservation of Amereican liberty and independence as our chief objective. American garrisons in foreign countries should not exceed the level required to protect American diplomatic missions.
  • We believe climate change to be an existential threat to civilization. We will co-operate with other nations in mitigating its effects.
  • Alcohol and tobacco together are responsible for 40% of America's health care costs. We oppose the commercial production, transportation, and sale of all recreational drugs.



Profession:Musician & Public Official
Editor, The National Speleological Society Bulletin (not availa–not availa)
Member, U.S. Marine Band (not availa–not availa)
Tax Assessor, Thompson Township, Fulton County, Pennsylvania (2002–2006)
Newspaper Reporter, Various (1990–2000)


University of Iowa B.A., musical performance
University of Maryland M.A., geography

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