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Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Reform Party has posted a petition on fiscal reform on IPetiton. This is the second in a series created to showcase our values. If you click the button below, it will take you straight to our petition.

We made a lot of changes in the last 24 hours. We’ve added a community section with a new forum and a chatbox. We’ve updated the candidate section to improve organization. We are waiting for the approval of content for those pages. We understand the website has a few technical issues, and appreciate your patients as we get everything up to date.

Thank You for Support,
Reform Party Communications Committee

The Reform Party has posted a petition on fiscal reform on IPetiton. This is the first of a series created to showcase our values. If you click the button below, it will take you straight to our petition.

 

On Tuesday the 19th, the Communications Committee voted to reorganize the online forums. This morning the proposed plan was executed. The forums now include an entire off topic discussion area, a political discussion area and an area for state activists to organize. We’ve more then doubled the size and functionality of the orginal forum.

New text for the About page has been posted. We are currently researching plugins so website users aren’t forced to redirect to other sites to donate or use the forums, and other general improvements. We are currently on track to finishing all necessary update before the deadline.

If there is a change you would like to see, please leave a comment here or email the communications committee chair, Nick Hensley, at ncreformparty@yahoo.com.

Thank you for your patience,
Communications Committee

The Reform Party is beginning to push its forums. It’s a one of our tools that isn’t being used as well as it should. It can be used to discuss the party, issues, running for office, party building and every other organization issue that you come accross. Many members of leadership use it and freely partake in discussion and answer questions. In fact members of leadership regulary use forums to discuss party business and coordinate projects.

We look foward to see you there.