Government and Ethics

The Reform Party will:

The Reform Party will remove the current models utilized in politics that increase one's own wealth or the power-base of their chosen party while in office. This can be achieved by:

  • Reforming lobbying regulations, ensuring no one political party has a greater than a one third representation within any regulating committee or body, reforming elected officials’ retirement packages and benefits, and by reforming processes for campaign fund raising. This would ensure that our lawmakers are accountable to their constituents, and that legislation is created for the good of the citizenry. This will also lead to a clear separation between elected officials, lobbyists, and special interest groups.

  • For a minimum of five years after leaving office, formerly elected officials should be prohibited from taking positions in any company or business where their exertion of political influence while serving in office directly and substantially benefited that particular entity. This restriction must include lobbyist positions as well. Violations should be subject to criminal penalties. America cannot continue the endless recycling of people between elected positions and lobbying groups, which is a clear conflict of interest.

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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 Nicholas Hensley 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.
17 May 2022 By Com Com in Uncategorized

Political and Federal Corruption In America

By a landslide, what American’s fear most is corrupt government officials.  We have the Two-Party System to thank for making Americans feel insecure about their government and its officials. If it weren’t for the backbiting partisanship in both political parties, you would likely be more content with your government. There are only adults in this
10 May 2022 By Nicholas Hensley in Uncategorized

The Reform Party Endorses Amelia May Johnson for Office

Amelia May Johnson is on the ballot for Clark County, Arkansas Justice of the Peace District 8 as an independent
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