August 28, 2014 23:22 ET

Independent American Party National Committee Elect New Chief Coordinator for Minnesota

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Aug. 28, 2014) - The Independent American Party National Committee has elected Daryle R. Darnell as the new chief coordinator of Minnesota in anticipation and pursuit to broaden the national political party's awareness, while making preparations for 2016 federal elections.

The Independent American Party of Minnesota (IAPM) has begun working to register at local election office at the Secretary of State Office in Minnesota. The Independent American Party of Minnesota, Chief Coordinator and Chairman, Daryle Darnell, who is a U.S. Navy veteran, tells the press that he intends to restore and maintain the political party in Minnesota and set a tone in the community for 2016 elections. Darnell also endorses and supports aforementioned comments from Cary Lee Peterson, IAP Congressional Candidate of Guam 'Every vote counts' campaign's core objectives to encourage U.S. citizens to register to vote online.

IAPM hopes to attract new members to the Independent American Party in Minnesota and display a positive influence on Minnesota civilians who support the restoration of traditional values in America on behalf of the Independent American Party.

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