Social Issues

The Reform Party does not force candidates to adopt positions on social issues.

SOCIAL ISSUES The Reform Party takes NO STANCE as an organization on issues such as pro-life/pro-choice and gay marriage.

The Reform Party as a national organization believes that social issues or values issues (which include issues such as abortion, gay marriage, and end of life decisions) should not be our focus as a party.  Instead our focus should be on issues such as the economy, government fiscal accountability, trade, national security, and jobs.  As an organization, we expect our state parties, and our candidates, to do the same. 

The Reform Party does not, and will not, have stances on Social or Values Issues in our National Platform.

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Read the Latest Articles from Our Blog

Here are three recent blog posts from the Reform Party.

06 July 2020 By Nicholas Hensley in 2020 Election, Candidates, Roque "Rocky" de la Fuente

Reform Party Elects New Officers and Fills Vacancies

On June 13th, 2020 the Reform Party National Committee met to elect new officers for the 2021 to 2025 term and fill executive committee vacancies. Long time Reform Party Secretary Nicholas Hensley of North Carolina ousted incumbent Chairman Bill Merrell by a three to one vote margin. Nicholas Hensley, experienced in both political operations and
Roque Read more +22 June 2020 By Michael Hackmer in 2020 Election, Roque "Rocky" de la Fuente

Reform Party Nominates Roque “Rocky” de la Fuente for President

The Reform Party, America’s leading citizen-driven party for enacting political reform and modern solutions to our nation’s most pressing needs, has announced that Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente has been nominated to be its candidate for President of the United States.
2020 Reform Party Presidential Q&ARead more +15 June 2020 By Michael Hackmer in 2020 Election

Reform Party Presidential Candidate Q&A Sessions

Candidates Ben Zion, Roque “Rocky” de la Fuente, Souraya Faas and Max Ambramson to be streamed LIVE and answer voter questions. Reform Party Chairman-elect, Nicholas Hensely, has announced that the Party will hold LIVE “Question and Answer” sessions for each of the four candidates seeking the Reform Party nomination for President. Anyone interested will be
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