Welcome to the Reform Party National Committee website.

The Reform Party is a moderate, centrist and populist party that sits in the center of the political spectrum. It has moderate fiscal and economic platforms mixed with strong calls for ethics and electoral reform based on populist beliefs. We invite you to come in and look around.

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Reform Party’s New Website by NHensley - We just migrated our new website to the www.reformparty.org domain. If you see anything that needs to be fixed or any bugs, please email secretary@reformparty.org so we are aware. Thank you.   Share this:
Statement on Pulse Shooting by NHensley - The tragedy in Orlando should not be bent for political gain. It should not be used to justify political motives, or moral arguments. There was value in the life of each individual that was lost, so those people must be treated with dignity, and not show cased to further agendas. It is time to tend …
Reform Party Statement on the Dumping of Steel in US Markets by China by NHensley - Domestic growth in China has slowed. Because of this sluggishness, Chinese manufacturers are dumping excess steel into the US Markets at less then production cost. Many industrialized nations have been calling foul on these tactics, and the United States has been forced to levy a 500 percent tariff on Chinese steel to protect the economy. …
Store Improvements and Merchandise Updates by NHensley - Reform Party merchandise is available through Zazzle at: http://www.zazzle.com/reformparty Staff members that run the store have cut down the number of items available. At its height, the Reform Party store had over 430 items available. Items that were not selling were removed to make the store more navigable. There are still 330+ items available for …
California Secretary of State Fails to Release Reform Party Registration Numbers by NHensley - The California Secretary of State published the Report on Voter Registration. This report is published several times a year to inform the voters of California how many people are registered to each party. This is important, because for a political organization to gain ballot access, it must have 60,000 voters registered as members. It is …
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