About Clark Bradford Braxton
Born in 1934 in Tonawanda New York and raised in nearby Buffalo, Clark Braxton stood out as an athlete and a scholar. He led his high school football team to a state championship and later graduated third in his class from West Point. During thirty-nine years of service in the United States Army Clark B. Braxton rose to the rank of four-star general. He retired from the Army in 1999, to become chairman of Defense Therapeutics. In December 2005, he plans to answer the call of duty to run for President of the United States as a reform independent.
This page is under construction and will be expanded when General Braxton's Presidential campaign staff is fully deployed and the campaign is operational.