Our hearts and prayers go out to those in Moore, Oklahoma. We ask that all partisan politics be put aside, so that all focus is one the needs of the members of the community. Many reputable charities are currently helping those affected, and are in need of capital and other resources. We urge those that can to donate whatever they can. The Red Cross website can be found at www.redcross.org.
We have added a calendar to the press section of our website. This calender is designed to show all of the events schedual by Reform Party affiliates. If any affiliates or candidates wish to add their event to the calander, please email Communications Chair Nicholas Hensley.
This is a letter from Carl Person. The inly thing removed was his personal phone number. Everything else is word for word. He is attempting to put together a series of debates for candidates that were excluded from the 9 previous debates.
My name is Carl Person. I’m the Reform Party nominee for NYC Mayor and am organizing a series of debates for the NYC mayoral candidates who have been excluded from the recent debates.
The Reform Party of the United States stands against expanding free trade. The Filipino government wrote and delivered a bill, the Save Our Industries (Save Act), to the US Congress that will expand free trade between their country and ours. This is wrong on two levels.
The Reform Party does not oppose trade with the Philippines, and embraces trade that mutually benefits all countries involved. The problem with this trade deal is that it would open the door for Filipino factories to dump an estimated four billion dollars worth of products into the American markets at the cost of American manufacturing jobs.
The Communications Committee made a new round of updates to the website. We’ve removed all the outdated information about the 2012 campaigns and have added new content about our 2013 and 2014 hopefuls. We also added a new EPetition Center to highlight our EPetitions and hopefully gain momentium. We’ve also edited our Current Efforts and added recent activity. The content on the sliders and bottom widgets is also different.
There is still one more technical difficultly we are currently working out. Hopefully we can get it fixed in the next few days.
Without money the Reform Party would cease to function. Without money we cannot petition for ballot access, hold conventions or run candidates. We are always accepting donations from members, supporters and third party enthusiasts. If you would like to donate, visit our donations page.
Thank you for your support.
On April 15th, a terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon left three people dead and one hundred eighty three injured. Later incidents with the attackers left one police officer dead, and another wounded. Now that the suspects have been found, it is time to shift our focus to those affected by these attacks.
The Reform Party has begun creating petitions based on its platform. The party sees petitioning as a way to gain exposure for its stances and improve its visibility. In addition the petitioning allows the Reform Party to improve its ability to be part of political discussion in the United States.
Before Ross Perot won 19 percent of the vote in the 1992 election, the Presidential debates were held by reputable nonpartisian organizations. Afterward the US Government created a commission on presidential debates, and candidates not affiliated with the Democrats and Republicans were shut out. This petition takes aim at the commission, and lobbies for returning to the pre-1992 system. If any political group wants to help sponsor this petition, let us know.
The Reform Party is pleased to announce that Carl Person will be running for Mayor of New York as a Reform Party candidate. If you would like to learn more about Carl Person, donate, or volunteer for his campaign, you can visit his website at http://mayoralcandidatesnyc2013.com/Carl_Person.html.
We will have a press release out by the end of the week.