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Nicholas Hensley

Nicholas Hensley, Chairman of the Reform Party

Chairman, Nicholas Hensley

Nicholas Hensley is Chairman of the Reform Party and Chairman of the Reform Party of North Carolina.

Hensley us experienced in both political operations and communications, and has freelanced for numerous candidates and campaigns over the past decade. He also helped successfully lobby for ballot access reform in the state of North Carolina, meeting with numerous state lawmakers in favor of the legislation.

Professionally he is a partner in Lason Media LLC, a small owner operated marketing and public relations firm.

Nicholas Hensley was elected the next Reform Party Chairman during the 2020 Convention. He will serve until December 31, 2024.

Leigh Pollet, Vice Chair, Reform Party

Leigh Pollet, Vice Chair of the Reform Party

Vice Chair, Leigh Pollet

Leigh is the newly elected Vice-Chair of the national Reform Party and the immediate past Treasurer (2016-2020). He has served as the party’s NYS Vice-Chair and the Nassau County (NY) Chair.

Leigh has a long history of active involvement in politics. He became the youngest executive/Zone Leader in the Nassau County (NY) Democratic Party, running numerous campaigns. When the County legislature was enacted in 1996, he ran the Republican campaign for the first woman (and first African-American) ever elected to countywide office. He then became a Republican committeeman and continued running successful campaigns until 2010 when he founded a local party, The Boardwalk Party in Long Beach NY – which assisted in upending city council elections in a victory which swept the council seats. Since then, he has been a member of the Reform Party.

Leigh is a former bank executive, starting and running multi-billion dollar divisions/subsidiaries for financial institutions. He has a reputation for ‘turning-around’ unsuccessful divisions and bringing them to profitability. He left the nation’s largest bank in 2010 to start Pollet Associates, a successful New York real estate consulting and appraisal company, concentrating on complex and high-value property valuations especially for litigation.

Leigh’s involvement in community extends to over 40 years, the last 33 in Uniondale, NY, where he is a national high school Hall-of-Fame Track Coach at Uniondale High School. He has coached over 10 Olympians, more than 30 members of USA and foreign national teams and multiple “All-American’s” and national and state champions.

David Collison

David Collison, Treasurer of the Reform Party

Treasurer, David Collison

David Collison is Treasurer of the Reform Party and Secretary-Treasurer of the Reform Party of Texas.

Mr. Collison has been a member of the Reform Party in Texas since 2001 and has held multiple positions at the state and national level over the past twenty years.

Mr. Collison is a technical training consultant with almost 30 years of experience in professional training development and delivery.

Mr. Collison was elected Reform Party Treasurer during the 2020 National Committee Meeting, with a term ending December 31, 2024.

Michael Hackmer, Reform Party of Virginia

Secretary, Michael Hackmer

Secretary, Michael Hackmer

Michael Hackmer is the Secretary of the Reform Party and Chairman of the Reform Party of Virginia. He gathered signatures for Ross Perot in 1992 and has been an active member of the Reform Party since its founding.

As an entrepreneur and marketing professional with over 15 years of experience in B2B, B2C and B2G marketing, Hackmer is Founder and CEO of Social Web Tactics, a marketing agency and Your Webinar Experts, a virtual events agency. He also is founder of several media companies.

Over the years, Hackmer has worked with start-ups, SMBs and Fortune 500 companies and helped build successful marketing and sales programs reaching audiences in the US, Latin America, Europe and the Middle East.

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Reform Party - 2022 Planning and Action MeetingRead more +15 November 2021 By Michael Hackmer in 2022 Election, Event (In Person or Online)

2022 Reform Party Planning and Action Meeting

It is time to get ready for 2022, and start to move towards unseating Democrats and Republicans in elections across the country. Join us as Vice Chairman, Communications, Michael Hackmer, kicks off our 2022 planning and action meeting, reviews our new Member Only website and action plan, and then opens up the meeting for Q&A.
What The !@#$%*! Are They Talking About - Jack Achenbach Podcast BannerRead more +07 November 2021 By Michael Hackmer in Michael Hackmer, Chairman, Reform Party of Virginia, Podcast

Michael Hackmer joins “What The !@#$%*! Are They Talking About” to Discuss Politics

Reform Party Vice Chairman, Communications, Michael Hackmer, recently joined Jack Achenbach and Jennifer for their podcast, “What The !@#$%*! Are They Talking About.” Jack Achenbach is currently a candidate for the United States House of Representatives for Orlando, Florida District #10. Achenbach and his campaign manager, Jennifer, host an unscripted podcast for discussing the news
Read more +17 September 2021 By Michael Hackmer in Convention, Michael Hackmer, Chairman, Reform Party of Virginia

Reform Party National Convention – October 16, 2021

Reform Party National Convention will be held on Saturday, October 16, 2021 from 2:00 pm Eastern / 11:00 am Pacific to 4:00 pm Eastern / 1:00 pm Pacific. To register, click here. Each State Secretary or acting-Secretary needs to register and provide a list of delegates who will attend the convention. The list needs to
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