Founded in 1995, the Reform Party is a federally recognized political party composed of former Independents, Democrats and Republicans. It is a mainstream party based around principles for ethics reform and moderate economic and fiscal platforms. It is unique in the way of social issues, as it takes no stance on issues like abortion or gay marriage.
The Reform Party is a minor political party founded in 1995. It is a centrist party, seeking to be a viable alternative to the Democrat and Republican Parties for every in-between who are currently unrepresented. Currently it is seeking moderate minded candidates to run for local and state offices for the 2013 cycle.
Over the past decade, the party has pulled itself together. The Reform Party has twenty four active affiliates, four of which were added to the organization during the 2012 convention. The position of the party was strengthened when Kevin Kennedy on the board of Belleville, NJ became publicly affiliated and Bob Acker won a seat on a local utilities board in Colorado.
We are pleased to announce the following elections: Mr. David Collison of the Reform Party of Texas was re-elected by the 2012 National Committee for a second four-year term as Chairman of the Reform Party National Committee. Mr. Bill Merrell of the Reform Party of New York was elected Treasurer of the Reform Party National...
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