Building State Party Organizations
In states with little organization we are working to network activists so they can build strong, functional parties. Contact us at email@example.com to find out how you can get involved.
Improving Donor Base
Printing and mailing materials, maintaining a website, and petition for ballot access costs money. The Reform Party cannot be successful unless the state parties and national committee can meet financial obligations. While our labor is all volunteer, it still takes money to have a functioning organization. At the national level increasing our base of small donors is critical for success.
Improving Skills and Resources
The Reform Party is working towards giving its organizers the training and resources they need to succeed. Many alternative parties fail because they don’t invest in their people. One key to the Reform Party’s longevity has been putting time an effort into training good people.
It is impossible to be a viable political party without running candidates, thus the Reform Party is looking for individuals who are willing to seek local, state or national office. Those that wish to run for office under the Reform Party banner can email a representative at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All the resources a political party needs fall under the category of infrastructure. The communications committee and the fundraising committee are putting together the tools we need to succeed. We have several committees and dedicated individuals overseeing this effort.
It is important for the party to be a part of the political process when there are no major campaigns. To support our platform between campaign seasons, the Reform Party has begun a series of EPetitions and are collecting signatures. Go to the EPetition Center for more information.