Americans often demonstrate their rights by actually exercising those rights; such as speaking out or carrying a firearm. We exercise those rights not necessarily in protest of anything, but simply because we can. What if a citizen freely exercised the right to run for president? I know most people think a person must be well funded or have been in government for many years before they even attempt to run for president. But again, there is nothing in the American Constitution that prohibits an American citizen from simply exercising his or her right to run for president. I Roderick Edwards am exercising that right, not only on my own behalf but for all Americans who dream of an average, common sense citizen in the White House. Please listen to my 4 minute introductory audio/mp3 called DEMONSTRATE. Share it freely with family and friends. Get and give feed back. Thanks again for your time and support -- RoderickE.
When I first began building content about my campaign, friends and supporters wondered why I didn't do more. I told them it is kind of silly to run a race with no competitors. At the time of October 5, 2014 when I announced my intent, there were no real challengers. So for me to do more than formulate my platform would have been futile.
It is now April 12, 2015. The 2016 Presidential Election Race has begun. We now have multiple declared Republican Candidates in Ted Cruz and Rand Paul. Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton officially announced today. The field is being set. READ The 2016 Election Race Begins! about The 2016 Election Race Begins!