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John Taylor Bowles

Election date
November 4, 2008
Running mate Matthew Ramsey
Opponent(s) John McCain (R),
Barack Obama (D),
and numerous others.

Born April 11, 1957 (1957-04-11) (age 52)
Baltimore, Maryland
Spouse(s) divorced
Children Sara, Chelsea, Johana
Occupation Federal officer, U.S. Department of Agriculture, politician

John Taylor Bowles (born April 11, 1957 in Baltimore, Maryland) ran for President of the United States of America in 2008 as the candidate of the National Socialist Order of America.

Bowles is a Baptist and, since 2006, a resident of Laurens, South Carolina.[1]

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2008 presidential campaign

Bowles ran his campaign out of the "Redneck Shop" in Laurens, South Carolina, which features Nazi, Confederate States of America and KKK paraphernalia.[1] Bowles was the only listed individual contributor to his campaign.[2]

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Platform

Bowles stated that he was "the white people's candidate," and claims that the Patriot Act gives the President of the United States the ability to remove nonwhites from the country.[3]

Personal

Bowles is divorced and has three daughters. He earned an associates degree in agriculture from Delaware Technology and Community College in 2001.[4] He served in the United States Air Force in the late 1970s specializing in telecommunications and, from 1999 to 2006, worked as a federal officer at the United States Department of Agriculture.

He was a union representative, United Auto Workers Local #1400, in 1984 and served on the safety committee of the American Federation of Government Employees in 2003.

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