Dr. J. Curtis Frazier is an American surgeon and politician from Springfield, Missouri.  He was the vice-presidential candidate of the Constitution Party in the U.S. presidential election, 2000, as the running-mate of Howard Phillips.
The Phillips/Frazier ticket finished sixth receiving 98,022 votes for 0.1% of the total. Frazier was selected to be the replacement nominee when Joseph Sobran withdrew as the Constitution Party's Vice Presidential nominee in April 2000. While initially intended as a "placeholder" nominee for ballot qualifying purposes, Frazier was officially designated as the permanent VP nominee in early September 2000 . In 1998 Frazier was the U.S. Taxpayers party (Constitution Party) candidate for US Senate in Missouri, receiving 15,368 votes for 1.0% of the vote . Frazier has served in the past as the chair of the Constitution Party of Missouri.
|Party political offices|
Herb Titus (previous race)
Joseph Sobran (previous candidate)¹
|Constitution Party vice presidential candidate
|Notes and references|
|1. Sobran was the original Vice Presidential nominee in 2000 but withdrew from the race and was replaced by Frazier. Titus was the Vice Presidential nominee in 1996.|
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