Reform Party Raising Money for New Website

The Reform Party of the United States of America is raising money to fund a new website and the Communications Committee. The Communications Committee is tasked with the maintaining the Reform Party website, internal communications and external public relations. Reform Party Secretary Nicholas Hensley has agreed to match the first 100 dollars in donations, and has sent out numerous communications through varies means asking for members and supporters to donate. If you would like to donate, please do you can do so on our contributions pages.

Reform Party Selects New Officers

For Immediate Release – The Reform Party National Committee met on December 6th, 2014 to elect a Vice-Chair and Secretary for the Party.

Former Vice-Chair Rodney Martin chose not to seek reelection, and Reform Party Treasurer Bill C. Merrell was elected as his successor. Bill C. Merrell has been with the Reform Party and its predecessor, United We Stand America, since 1994. Before being elected Treasurer of the Party in 2012, Mr. Merrell served as the party’s executive director and is the sitting chairman of the Reform Party of New York.

Reform Party Reorganzies Franklin County, NC Affiliate

For Immediate Release
Louisburg, NC – The Reform Party of North Carolina has reorganized its Franklin County affiliate. The members of that county have picked Rick Kasa to serve as the founding chairman of the affiliate. This makes the third county affiliate to be reorganized by the party in the last six months.

 
“Franklin County is important. The demographics of the county make it an important swing county come election time, and having boots on the ground there will help us come election time,” said Reform Party of North Carolina Chairman Nicholas Hensley.

Reform Party of North Carolina on Patrick Cannon and Corruption

The conviction of former Charlotte, North Carolina Mayor Patrick Cannon stands as an example of the corruption in North Carolina politics. According to news reports, Cannon accepted over 48,000 in cash, airline tickets, a hotel room and use of a luxury apartment from FBI agents posing as real estate developers who wanted to expedite permitting and zoning approvals. It is reported by other news sources that Patrick Cannon was also accused of soliciting up to $1 million in additional bribes from undercover agents.
Politicians like Patrick Cannon have become common place in North Carolina politics. He stands with politicians like former Governor Mike Easley and State Representative Stephen LaRoque as black marks in the history of North Carolina governance. All three, in recent memory, have been accused and convicted of using their political positions for personal gain rather than public service.
The Reform Party of North Carolina seeks to elected honest politicians that serve the people rather then self interest, and calls for this kind of corruption to be rooted out in its entirety. The only way to end the corruption is to reform the system is by changing the establishment, and which groups of individuals are in office. Since both Democrats and Republicans have been convicted of corruption, both parties need to be voted out of office.

Reform Party Seeks Candidates for 2015 Elections

The Reform Party is searching for candidates to run in 2015 elections. The 2015 elections will include thousands of local races across the country including six major metropolitans, three governor elections, and elections for state officials in four states.

“The Reform Party wishes to represent all people,” said Reform Party Chairman David Collison “It doesn’t matter if they live in Dellview, North Carolina with a population of 9 or Chicago, Illinois with a population of 2.5 million”.

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