|Quick facts about Darrell Castle Biography|
|Date of birth :||October 11, 1948|
|Birth Country:||Kingsport, Tennessee, United States|
Darrell Lane Castle is a Yankee politician and attorney from Memphis, Tennessee. He was the Constitution Party’s politico for President of the U.S. in the 2016 presidential election and the party’s politico for vice president of the U.S. in the 2008 presidential election.
Early Life and Education
Castle grew up in Kingsport, Tennessee. He studied at Ketron high school and East Tennessee State University (ETSU), graduating in 1966 and 1970, respectively. He got a B.S. degree, double-majoring in political science and history at ETSU. He then became a commissioned officer in the U.S. Marine Corps, working for four years and attaining the rank of first lieutenant. After his discharge, he came to ETSU and commenced his graduate study of history. He then studied at the law school at Memphis State University and attained a J.D. in 1979. Castle has worked as a deacon and deacon chairman in his native church. He and his spouse found Mia’s Children Foundation in 1998 which is a Christian mission in Bucharest, Romania which ministers to homeless Romani youngsters.
Castle became an attorney upon receiving his law degree in Memphis. He opened a non-public firm which later grew into Darrell Castle and Associates in 1984. Since then, Castle has opened companies in Milwaukee, Detroit, and Kansas town, Missouri. His companies concentrate on consumer bankruptcy and personal injury but conjointly represent clients in the areas of social security, disability, and workers’ compensation.
At the 2008 Constitution Party National Convention in Kansas town, Missouri, Baptist pastor Chuck Baldwin defeated former Assistant Secretary of State for International organization Affairs Alan Keyes to win the party’s nomination. The party then appointive Castle to the ticket as it’s vice presidential candidate. Baldwin had been the Constitution Party politico for vice chairman in 2004. Castle declared his campaigning for the party’s presidential nomination one day prior to the nomination vote at the 2012 Constitution Party National Convention in Tennessee, citing requests from many delegates that he asks for the nomination. He finished as second best to former U.S. congresswoman Virgil Goode, who won the nomination on the primary ballot. Castle is the former National Vice-Chairman of the Constitution Party.
Castle on Trump and social issues
Should the government continue to fund Planned Parenthood?
Donald Trump’s answer: No, and the government should not give funds to any organizations that perform abortions
Darrell Castle’s answer: No
2016 Presidential Campaign
Castle was a candidate for the Constitution Party’s 2016 presidential nomination, however, withdrew his campaigning in Jan 2016 because of some health issues. However, on the eve of the 2016 nominating convention, Richard Winger of Ballot Access News reported that Castle had re-entered the nomination method. Castle secured the presidential nomination for the Constitution Party on April sixteen, 2016. He vowed, if elected, to get the U.S. out of the UN and NATO. He created no reference to previous health issues.