For Immediate Release – In 2022, the Reform Party started its first comprehensive marketing campaign in twenty years and are touting the campaign’s early success.
Dubbed “Ross Was Right”, the Reform Party’s marketing campaign comes during the thirtieth anniversary of Ross Perot’s first run for President. It’s focused on creating modern graphs on the same issues Ross Perot campaigned on in 1992 and show how America’s fiscal positions have degraded since that time. By using graphs, the Reform Party is mimicking their founder, Ross Perot, who used charts and graphs to illustrate the issues facing America during his two campaigns.
Since the beginning of the campaign, the Reform Party has seen several inactive members become active in the organization, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to the existing team. They have also recruited many new members to rebuild state and local affiliates with a focus on achieving ballot access in all fifty states.
In addition to new membership, the party’s website traffic has increased by forty percent. To capitalize on this new traffic, the Reform Party is improving its website and raising money to do so. While most of the work is being done by the Reform Party’s communications committee, the party would also like to find a vendor or volunteers to handle specific technical tasks.
“We’ve created a font and style guide, and are currently creating new graphics,” said Reform Party Secretary Shawn Storm. “All we need is a few hundred dollars to handle a few technical details. Eighty percent of the work however is being handled by our existing team”.
The Reform Party is a moderate, centrist party founded in 1996 by the supporters of Ross Perot. The Reform Party advocates for a moderate platform centered around common sense, moderate solutions for today’s political issues. It is funded by small donors and has never taken money from political action committees (PACs). It is possible to find out more about the Reform Party, or donate a small amount, by visiting www.reformparty.org. The Reform Party is always looking for volunteers and candidates for office.
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