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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 Statement on Hurricane Florence by Nicholas Hensley - Hurricane Florence battered the Carolina coastline over the past two days, and is currently moving into South Carolina. The Reform Party National Committee would like to send our hopes and prayers to those effected by the hurricane. We would also like to ask those that can to donate to disaster relief efforts in North and …
Former State Legislator and PSC Commissioner Argenziano Runs for Lt. Governor on Reform Party Line by Nicholas Hensley - It has been announced that Nancy Argenziano will make a bid for Lt. Governor of Florida on the Reform Party line. Nancy Argenziano was first elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 1996 and served there until her election to the Florida Senate in 2002. In 2007, Governor Charlie Crist appointed Nancy to a …
Statement on the Passing of John McCain by Nicholas Hensley - The Reform Party National Committee sends it condolences to the family of Senator McCain. Senator McCain spent his life serving the American People, as a member of the United States Navy and as a US Senator. His sense of duty and patriotism will be missed. Share this:
Alan Reynolds Advances to General Election by Nicholas Hensley - Alan Reynolds, an Engineer and former City Commissioner in South Pasadena is running for CA Assembly, District 41. He has advanced from the primary to the general election. Alan is a former Independent/Americans-Elect candidate for CA Lt. Governor in 2014 and recently termed out after 2 terms on the South Pasadena Freeway & Transportation Commission. …
Darcy Richardson Running for Governor of Florida by Nicholas Hensley - Darcy Richardson has decided to end his bid to topple state Rep. Kim Daniels, D-Jacksonville, to run for governor as the Reform Party‚Äôs candidate. Florida Politics reported this week that Richardson ended his no party affiliated bid against Daniels to run for governor. Richardson, who lives in Jacksonville,is a familiar name to many activists and …
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