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The Reform Party is a moderate, centrist and populist party that sits in the center of the political spectrum. It has moderate fiscal and economic platforms mixed with strong calls for ethics and electoral reform based on populist beliefs. We invite you to come in and look around.

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Statement on the Georgia’s 6th District Congressional Race by Nicholas Hensley - The Reform Party is its own party, and does not actively support the Democrats or the Republicans. It runs its own candidates, and opposes officeholders from both parties including President Trump. We would however like to state that it was possible for the Democrats to win in South Carolina District 5 and Georgia District 6 …
Paul Bachmann Running Florida State House District 66 by Nicholas Hensley - Reform Party of Florida Chairman and disability issues activist Paul Bachmann is running for Florida State House District 66. Even though this is his first run for office, Mr. Bachmann has been participating in the American political process for ten years. He has worked on several campaigns in the past, and has an extensive political …
Statement on Alexandria Shooting by Nicholas Hensley - Today’s shooting in Alexandra is a reminder of not just how divided we are as a nation, but that some radicals on both the left and the right resort to violence. In the United States of America, violence is neither necessary nor beneficial. In American politics we change our government at the ballot box, and …
Statement on President Trump’s 34 Percent Approval Rating by Nicholas Hensley - In recent polls, President Donald Trump’s approval rating sits at 34 percent. There are several reasons for this low approval rating, and the Reform Party would like to point out several issues that have negatively affected Trump’s administration. The Reform Party has highlighted these nine issues, and wishes to offer advice on them: The White …
Reform Party of Florida Protects Ballot Access by Nicholas Hensley - The Reform Party of Florida protected its ballot access. It will have ballot access through the midterm elections. The state affiliate is working to put two candidates on the line for state office in 2018. At this point in time, the Reform Party is working to gather resources to improve its position in Florida. If …
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