Ken Armstrong

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Ken Armstrong
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Personal Details
Birth: (1957-04-25) April 25, 1957 (age 63)
Pasadena, California
Education: Weinberg Fellow, Hawaii Pacific University
Military: U.S. Coast Guard Officer Candidate School
Occupation: Speaker, Writer
Residence: Selma, Oregon
Party: Libertarian
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Website: http://www.armstrong2020.com
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Instagram: Twitter
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Ken Armstrong In 2019, Ken Armstrong mounted a primary campaign for President of the United States. He and Dawn, as well as their friend Earl and Duke the Wonder Dog, spent a year on the road, visiting 47 states and covering some 51,000 miles of highway. He is a former nonprofit executive and Weinberg Fellow of Hawaii Pacific University. He has served as a NATO base commander, and as representative to the Pelagie Islands for the U.S. Consul General at Palermo. As a federal healthcare executive, he worked with the Surgeon General of the United States. As a contingency planner, he was nominated as Federal Executive of the Year.

Ken is widely known for his elected and appointed government positions, as well as his work with organizations like Hawaii Habitat for Humanity.

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Christian Liberty Caucus - Chair

CLCLP | 2020-Present | National

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Perhaps less known is that Ken has spent the majority of his life in Christian ministry, as well. He preached his first "official" sermon when he was just nineteen years old, as an elder of a nondenominational congregation on the Alaskan Pipeline, some 300 miles north of the Arctic Circle.

Since then, Ken has served as elder, pastor, and counselor in a number of congregations in the United States and Mexico. He has served as a pastor within two major denominations, and in several nondenominational fellowships. For six years in Oregon, Ken served as a senior hospital chaplain, with responsibilities in ICU and the emergency department.

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