Reduce Government Overreach and Size

Smaller, More Local Governance

The Reform Party will create policies so that more program control and community level work is addressed at the state, county, and city levels in order to reduce and combine federal and state-level agencies.

The Reform Party believes that to reduce waste, fraud, and corruption within government, programs and regulations should be managed as locally to the individual citizen as possible with oversight to ensure that the programs are equitable and meet the intended expectations. This will end the failed process of attempting one-size-fits-all solutions. This will also encourage more interest in state and local politics, while better providing aid to meet the specific needs of local communities.

The Reform Party wants to devolve government so that daily interaction and reliance happens as close to the individual voter as possible, rather than depending on a federal or state level agency.

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Read the Latest Articles from Our Blog

Here are three recent blog posts from the Reform Party.

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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