The Reform Party of the United States is building its fundraising network, and focusing on raising money. As the party grows, it will need more capital to fund outreach, candidates and ballot access. To help build this network, the Reform Party is doing research on professional fundraisers.
“We are looking to work with a reputable operation,” said Reform Party Secretary Nicholas Hensley.
The Reform Party of the United States is currently researching interview opportunities for its officers and communications chair. It is looking for interviews in reputable publications and other traditional and nontraditional media. If you are interested in talking to us about a possible interview, please contact the Reform Party at email@example.com.
Congressman Aaron Schock is resigning from office. His resignation comes after he sold a vehicle with 90,000 fewer miles then he reported for mileage reimbursement. This is after an ethic investigation into reports that he used taxpayer money to fund lavish trips and events.
Aaron Schock is not the first person to resign after being accused of using his Congressional Office for self-enrichment. He joins a long list of Congressional Representatives that have been caught using their office for personal gain including: Rick Renzi, Jesse Jackson Jr, Michael Grimm, James Treffinger and others.
Recently forty-seven GOP senators, led by Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton, sent an open letter to Iran. This letter highlights both the dysfunction of the United States government, and the dysfunction of the Republican Party.
This letter was aimed at President Obama as he entered nuclear talks with Iran, and geared towards disrupting diplomatic discussions between Iran and the United States. In doing so, the Republicans in the Senate allowed partisan battles to be played out on an international stage. Instead of allowing the United States to show strength in these nuclear talks, this production made the United States appear weak and divided.
For over twenty years, the United States government has sold out American Manufacturing using “free trade” agreements. These trade deals, such as NAFTA and WTO, have created an uneven playing field for American businesses, and led to the outsourcing of American jobs.
The Reform Party’s recent efforts to raise money for a new website were successful. The party raised twice as much as it needed for the new website. The expenditures were approved on Monday Night’s executive meeting, and development of the new website will begin immediately. The party leadership would like to thank everyone that donated for our cause. The surplus funds will, as promised, be used to fund the Communications Committee.