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Data and Insights To Share with People You Know (Coming Soon)

Interested in knowing what the total national debt is? Or how much money Democrats and Republicans have spent in the last 20 years? Looking for nuggets of data and insights to share with others as you discuss politics? Take a look at this section. Coming soon.

Take our National and Local Issues Survey (Coming Soon)

This survey is 20 questions and covers a wide range of topics, including asking you to prioritize the national as well as the state and local issues that are most important to you, as well as your opinion on top issues of the day such as the economy, income inequality, taxation and more. Coming soon.

Popular Political Graphics and Memes To Share on Social Media (Coming Soon)

Everyone on Facebook, Twitter, Parler and even Instagram are sharing different graphics and memes. Some are outrageously false, while others are just outrageous. Our goal is to continuously build a resource library of images that you can share online that help fight political corruption. Coming soon.

Reform Party Candidate Recruitment Underway

Candidates seeking all federal, state and local officers urged to contact Reform Party National Committee to discuss their plans. The Reform Party is currently seeking candidates for federal, state and local offices, and already has several potential candidates.

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For Immediate Release – In 2022, the Reform Party started its first comprehensive marketing campaign in twenty years and are touting the campaign’s early success. Dubbed “Ross Was Right”, the Reform Party’s marketing campaign comes during the thirtieth anniversary of Ross Perot’s first run for President. It’s focused on creating modern graphs on the same
Why do we care about the proportion of student diversity to teacher diversity? Good question. Studies from Florida, Tennessee, and North Carolina demonstrate that black students perform better in math and reading when same-race teachers are involved. In one North Carolina study, the dropout rate for low-income black students decreased by 39% when a same-race

The History of Black History Month

American history seldom teaches the rich stories of the American people. Instead, the history of America is told through exceptional leaders. We all know names, events, and even historical periods of great men and women in our history. And yet we are taught so little about the experiences of the American people.

The American Justice System is Broken

Black History Month reminds all Americans that our criminal justice system needs reform. Let’s look at three charts that illustrate this need and the disproportional impact of the justice system on the black people of America. The first chart illustrates that the US has more people incarcerated than any other country in the world. In
In 1992, Ross Perot ran for President. The Texas businessman highlighted several issues that had been thoroughly ignored, including a laundry list of economic issues and the national debt. At the conclusion of his presidential run, he received twenty percent of the popular vote. His Presidential run was the best showing from an independent candidate

Rebuilding the Reform Party and our Strategy for 2021 and Beyond

As we focus on our operations across the country, we are building the blocks one by one so we can succeed in 2021 and beyond. Learn more.

Modernizing Education for Future Success

We need an education revolution in the US that brings better and more personalized learning options for our children. Education is a lifelong adventure that must fit each student's unique needs and aspirations. Learn more.

Why the National Debt Threatens Our Future

The National Debt in the United States has grown to unsustainable levels. The Federal debt is now over $27 Trillion dollars and is 128% to GDP. We now have over $155 trillion in unfunded future liabilities or obligations. Learn more.
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