Constitution Party of Tennessee

Zach Poskevich

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Zachary Poskevich, husband to Lenore and father to their daughter Reagan, has been standing up for the Constitution of the United States of America since his early school years. While serving in the U.S. Army, Zach received numerous medals, commendations, and awards. He attended college following an honorable discharge from military service, graduating with Magna Cum Laude honors. Zach is a leader who not only talks the talk but walks the walk, as demonstrated by his record of willingness to truly stand alone when necessary. Standing on principle is no cliché or campaign promise for Zach but, rather, a way of life. Always standing on his convictions, Zach continually seeks and strives for enhanced understanding of Constitutional principles, based on the Original Intent of our Founding Fathers.

In 2012, Zach ran for US Senate. Although he lost to Bob Corker in the Republican primary, during the race God brought many of HIS people to cross paths with Zach. And the campaign proved pivotal to his political life, largely shaping the political and governmental views he espouses today. What Zach learned from compiling legislative votes of Bob Corker and the GOP as a whole was horrifying! Horrifying because this revealed that many of the 45 goals of the Communist agenda for taking over America are being openly promoted by the Republican party!

The two core values that most epitomize Zach's approach to politics and government are:

  • Of those who truly understand Constitutional principles it can never be said that they are ultimately loyal to any party, person, or group but, rather, it must and will be evident that their loyalty is to the Constitution of the United States of America, because of the self-evident truths on which it is built.
  • Let it be known that the actions of Constitutionalists are taken out of trust in HIM rather than fear of man.

Zach's vision for America's future and plea to those who love her and long to see her restored can be summarized in the following. Let it be said that the true Patriots of our time stepped up and made the same commitments our Founding Fathers did in 1775. Let us all join together and mutually pledge our Lives, our Fortunes, and our Sacred Honor to restore our nation. Let us all do this, not out of selfish motive, but from our firm belief in and reliance on the protection of Divine Providence. As Patrick Henry so eloquently said, "give me liberty or give me death."