Syndicated from the Reform Party of Chicago
I am an American – Bill Wojtas
In the earliest years of the twentieth century, all four of my grandparents emigrated here from Eastern Europe to escape the ravages of war, poverty and hunger. To be honest, I can’t even say that they came from Poland, because in 1903, Poland as we know it didn’t exist. My Father’s parents came from what was known as Galicia, which was controlled by the Austrian Empire and their entry documents indicate that they are Austrian. My Mother’s side, from the Warsaw area was occupied by German Prussia. In essence, my ancestors were so oppressed; they no longer had an identity or a country.
The Reform Party has boots on the ground in Oklahoma, Alabama and Connecticut. Organizers have volunteered to aid the Reform Party in rebuilding these affiliates. If you are interested in helping the Reform Party, and working towards rebuilding these states, please contact a Reform Party representative by emailing the party at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Immediate Release – The Reform Party of the United States is looking for volunteers to staff committees. As it rebuilds, the Reform Party needs people willing to step up and take on crucial rolls. The success of the Reform Party hinges on these people’ abilities to complete necessary tasks, and work towards reforming American’s political system.
There are numerous positions in the Reform Party that volunteers can pursue.
The Reform Party of the United States is building its fundraising network, and focusing on raising money. As the party grows, it will need more capital to fund outreach, candidates and ballot access. To help build this network, the Reform Party is doing research on professional fundraisers.
“We are looking to work with a reputable operation,” said Reform Party Secretary Nicholas Hensley.
The Reform Party of the United States is currently researching interview opportunities for its officers and communications chair. It is looking for interviews in reputable publications and other traditional and nontraditional media. If you are interested in talking to us about a possible interview, please contact the Reform Party at email@example.com.
Congressman Aaron Schock is resigning from office. His resignation comes after he sold a vehicle with 90,000 fewer miles then he reported for mileage reimbursement. This is after an ethic investigation into reports that he used taxpayer money to fund lavish trips and events.
Aaron Schock is not the first person to resign after being accused of using his Congressional Office for self-enrichment. He joins a long list of Congressional Representatives that have been caught using their office for personal gain including: Rick Renzi, Jesse Jackson Jr, Michael Grimm, James Treffinger and others.