Feb 03 2013

Reform Party: First Round of Website Updates Complete

Source: Reform Party

The Communications Committee has completed the first round of updates. The largest update is that the Frequently Asked Questions page was rewritten from scratch. The contribution page has been updated with temporary text until the Fundraising Committee can review it and make changes. The candidate page was modified with an introduction paragraph and is now ready to list candidates.

Currently new text is being approved for the About page. It should be ready by next week. Read more »

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Feb 03 2013

American Third Position Changes Name to American Freedom Party

Source: American Third Position (via Ballot Access News)

by Mark Wachtler | Building on a surprisingly strong finish in the 2012 Presidential Election, the American Third Position Party has changed its name. Desiring a term that more accurately conveys their focus and mission, party leaders have chosen the name American Freedom Party. Organizers assure members that only the name is changing and the party’s passionate defense of freedom, as well as its platform, will remain the same. Read more »

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Feb 03 2013

Freedom Socialist Party Explains its Differences with Party for Socialism and Liberation

Source: Ballot Access News

Five parties with “Socialist” or “Socialism” in their names ran their own presidential candidates in 2012. Generally these parties ignore the existence of the other socialist parties, in their campaign literature, and their periodicals. But the Freedom Socialist Party’s most recent newspaper, the February/March 2013 issue of “Freedom Socialist”, breaks with that tradition, and explains the political differences with the Party for Socialism and Liberation. See this article by Megan Cornish. Read more »

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