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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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Reform Party Officers Statement on Hurricane Harvey by Nicholas Hensley - The officers of the Reform Party National Committee would like to offer our hearts and prayers to the people of Houston. Hurricane Harvey did billions of dollars in damage to Texas, and it will take years to rebuild. We would like to ask everyone to keep those affected by Hurricane Harvey in your thoughts and …
Statement on Hurricane Harvey by Nicholas Hensley - Hurricane Harvey, a category four hurricane, battered Texas with wind and a record amount of rain. Flooding and storm damage has displaced thousands of people, and many are in need. The Reform Party would like to urge all those that can to donate to disaster relief organizations that are helping to clean up and rebuild. …
Reform Party Statement on the Deterioration of CSX Services by Nicholas Hensley - CSX takes taxpayer dollars for the use of their tracks for AMTRAK trains. CSX takes taxpayer subsidies. CSX takes infrastructure grants from the US government, paid for out of general funds. Under the management of the new CEO, Hunter Harrison, taxpayer subsidized services on CSX tracks have been affected by gross negligence. This negligence has …
Reform Party Statement on UVA Situation by Nicholas Hensley - The situation at the University of Virginia reminds us that hate still exists in the country, and that no matter how far we move as a society, that the fringe right will stand against progress. The actions of Nazis, Neo-Confederates and Klansman in Virginia symbolize the worst in American politics, and showcases to the world …
Reform Party Statement on Party Principles by Nicholas Hensley - Many politicians and political parties change with the wind, and move in the direction of least resistance. The Reform Party has stood proudly against the establishment since 1996, and will not move away from opening the ballots, ending gerrymandering and limiting the influence of lobbyists on legislators. True reform in the United States will be …
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