Ricardo C. Davis
Born & Raised
In Little Rock, Arkansas
1981 – Diploma, Parkview Sr. High School, Little Rock, Arkansas
1986 – B.S. Chemistry with Minor in Computer Science, University of Arkansas
1990 – M.S. Chemistry, Texas A&M University
Married the former Shelia Ware in 1987
Blessed with 3 children: Rebekah. Micaiah, and Hadassah
1984 Caucused for Jesse Jackson for President Campaign, Little Rock
1984-1986 Unborn Child Amendment Committee, Petitioner at University of Arkansas, Little Rock
1987-1989 Texas Grassroots Coalition (state/local education and activism), Brazos Valley Chapter founding member
1988-1990 Texas Rescue (non-violent protests at abortuaries)
1991-1993 Augusta (Georgia) Care Pregnancy Center: volunteer, board member
1993 Founding member of the U.S. Taxpayer Party (USTP) of South Carolina
1995 Launched first web site for USTP National Committee
1996 Delegate to the 1996 National Convention in San Diego, volunteer petitioner to help gather 40K signatures for the Phillips for President campaign
1998 Nominated Chairman of the USTP of Georgia
1998 Supporter of the Sanctity of Human Life Resolution where the National Committee set the policy to hold all party candidates accountable to the party’s pro-personhood platform
1999 Delegate to 2000 National Convention in Baltimore, participated as a speaker during televised proceedings. Party name changed to Constitution Party of Georgia (CP-Ga)
2001 Campaign Coordinator for Bryan Korff for Georgia State Representative (District 16) campaign (seven votes from runoff in three-way race against two Republicans)
2003 Started Committee to Restore Judicial Integrity (CRJI), served as Executive Director. When the National Committee to Restore the Constitution held Ten Commandments Rallies nationwide at state capitols, Ricardo organized the Georgia rally in two weeks drawing 300 people from around the state.
2006 Plaintiff in the Voter GA lawsuit (http://www.voterga.org/) against the Secretary of State, the Governor, et. al. filed suit on behalf of all nine million current and future Georgia voters contending that our current electronic voting method is illegal and unconstitutional according to state law.
2006 - 2007 Formed Georgians for Life legislative advocacy group of pro-life bill HB 1 in the state legislature, coordinated press conferences and events, liaison for State Rep. Bobby Franklin (R-Cobb County).
2009 – 2013 Board Member, Volunteer Consultant for Personhood Mississippi (citizen initiative group working to enact a pro-life personhood state constitution amendment in 2011).
2010 Information Systems Consultant for Georgia Right to Life, restoring their CiviCRM constituency management system and providing comprehensive IT services
2012 Elected Southern Region Chairman, began monthly meetings with state leaders.
2015 Successfully migrated Constitution Party of Georgia from CiviCRM to NationBuilder, the party’s first installation and most successful implementation. Nominated as President of the Board of Georgia Right to Life.
2016 Assisted with support of the Castle 2016 NationBuilder, and advised the transition of that to National Committee use
2016 State party fundraising grew 10x from previous year with 6x number of total donors. Held or partnered to support 54 events. Partnered with the Green Party of Georgia and the ACLU of Georgia to win ballot access reduction of 85% for presidential candidate.
2019 Only political party representative in Curling v. Raffensburger federal lawsuit where the judge ended the use of Georgia’s old (since 2002) electronic voting machines that were proven insecure and didn’t meet the law’s requirements.