The Reform Party believes:

The Reform Party believes that campaign finance regulations, reasonable and achievable candidate access to ballot and debates, gerrymandering, and lobbying all need reform to ensure elected officials’ votes on issues will not be sold to the highest bidding PAC, corporation, or special interest group; but rather belong to the individual voters they are meant to represent.

The Reform Party supports different options in ballot types and counting of votes to avoid the "wasted" vote effect by supporting ranked choice voting, scored voting, and/or the none of the above options.

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Read the Latest Articles from Our Blog

Here are three recent blog posts from the Reform Party.

15 May 2022 By NHensley in Uncategorized

Reform Party Seeks to Fill National, State Vacancies

The Reform Party has been able to reorganize and get these committees functional, however the committees are not fully staffed.
Rhode Island State FlagRead more +01 November 2022 By Michael Hackmer in 2022 Election

Candidate Profile: Tony Jones for Narragansett School Committee in Rhode Island

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.
Arkansas State FlagRead more +01 November 2022 By Michael Hackmer in 2022 Election

Candidate Spotlight: Amelia May Johnson

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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