The word, “reform,” has been skillfully placed in political rhetoric by strategists and advisers who continue to lure the public into believing that their candidate, or official, is an outsider to the political norms. Reform has become commonplace, not just on the national scene, but in Virginia’s politics recently as well. The public continues to
The has been a lot of media coverage of the Tea Party movement in America. Many in the media and in the Democratic Party have branded these concerned, activist Americans as “right wingers” or the more banal term “tea baggers.” That’s is because they believe most of the people who are part of the Tea
As the Republicans scramble to try to take back the House and Senate they are now talking about another ‘Contract With America’. What the Republicans don’t like to talk about is the fact that The Perot Voter wrote the first ‘Contract With America’, which came directly out of Ross Perot’s Book United We Stand. While
In 2008 the American electorate rejected a Republican candidate for President and elected our first African-American President, Barack Obama. Obama, campaigning on a platform perhaps best summarized simply as “change”, not only emerged victorious but took a number of states that had not voted Democratic in a presidential election in a number of years. The
The Reform Party is a centrist, independent, and solutions-oriented political party, committed to best representing the needs of the American people.
We were founded by independent voters (the largest voting bloc in America), and remain the only political party in America to successfully change policy direction in Washington, DC, and across state capitals.
We are committed to building a strong organization, ending the corrupt two-party system, and restoring power to the people.