REFORM PARTY BLOG

The Reform Party of the United States is planning its first in-person convention and conference since the beginning of COVID-19. The Executive Committee has chartered a convention committee to organize the event for Saturday, September 17th. The Reform Party will finalize party business in a members meeting that will be open to the public in
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Reform Party member, Tony Jones, is running for election to the Narragansett School Committee in Rhode Island. We had a chance to ask Tony some questions about his candidacy to help build a profile for voters.
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Amelia May Johnson is running for Justice of the Peace, District 8, in Clark County, Arkansas. She is running to represent the silent majority who refuse to register with a political party. Although 92% of registered voters in Clark County are unaffiliated, Johnson is the only independent candidate. Endorsed by the Reform Party, Amelia May Johnson is deeply committed to uniting a broad coalition around fiscal responsibility, electoral reform, and constitutional rights.
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Reform Party Endorses Michelle Lewis for US Senate in North Carolina
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Leigh Pollet and Nicholas Hensley issue joint statement Our dear friends in New York and across the United States, The recent events in New York are absurd. We can almost picture former, disgraced governor Andrew Cuomo laughing like a comic book villain, as numerous small parties ceased to exist. His actions were an egotistical power

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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