Alan Keyes is a conservative political activist and pundit best known for his presidential bids in 1996, 2000, and 2008. Alan Keyes was born at a naval hospital on Long Island in 1950. Keyes received a doctorate in government affairs from Harvard University before joining the Reagan administration. He ran for the Republican presidential nomination several times and rose to prominence as a controversial conservative radio and television host.
His candidacy was intended to draw attention to the issue of abortion. Keyes ran in the Republican presidential primary in 2000 on a pro-life, pro-family values platform.
Keyes has been involved in government, politics, and citizen activism. He is a Christian, Catholic, Pro-life, and pro-liberty. He is sworn to uphold the Constitution of the United States, and the republican form of government it establishes. He seeks to uphold and to preserve the sovereignty of the American people, and to restore respect for the principles set forth in the American Declaration of Independence. In light of those principles, he believes the top priority of our political life is to restore respect for the existence and authority of the Creator, God and to rebuild the moral conscience and character of the American people on the basis of that respect; For God, Liberty, and the Constitution.