|Chair of the Constitution Party|
|Assumed office |
2 May 2020
|Preceded by||Frank Fluckiger|
6 September 1999 – 21 April 2012
|Preceded by||Bill Shearer|
|Succeeded by||Frank Fluckiger|
|Born||May 4, 1948|
|Political party||Constitution (since 1992)|
Libertarian (before 1992)
James N. Clymer (born May 4, 1948) is an active lawyer in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and was the 2012 Vice presidential nominee of the United States Constitution Party and is the former chairman of the party.
Clymer grew up in Lancaster and earned a law degree. He was admitted to the Bar in Pennsylvania in May 1978. In 1986, he was appointed Chairman of the Bob Smith for Senate Committee. In 1992, he joined the Libertarian Party and ran as their candidate for Pennsylvania Auditor General. He also ran unsuccessfully for Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania in 1994 and 1998, attaining 13% and 10.5%, respectively. He ran for a United States Senate seat in 2004, garnering nearly 4% of the vote (220,056 votes) against Arlen Specter and Joe Hoeffel. Unlike many minor party candidates, Clymer was invited to participate in a televised U.S. Senate Candidates' Debate.
Clymer later ran for Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Commissioner and scored 13% of the vote.
Clymer currently serves as Judge of Elections for Manor Township, Pennsylvania  and maintains a law firm in Lancaster and Quarryville.
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