Mar 13 2013

The Reform Party is Building a Base of Small Donors

Source: Reform Party

For Immediate Release – The Reform Party of the United States of America is a centrist party supported by small donors. In the 2012 presidential election it improved its vote total by ninety percent compared to the 2008 election, without funding from special interest groups or large donors.

“All of our donations in recent years come from members and individual supporters. Ninety-nine percent of those donations are one hundred dollars or less. A few donors have given large donations in the form of in-kind or cash donations. In those few instances the donations are rarely more than five hundred dollars in value,” said Reform Party Chairman David Collision.

The Reform Party recently reorganized its fundraising committee. The committee is expected to setup and maintain fundraising infrastructure and events. It is chaired by Reform Party treasurer Bill Merrell.

“Most of the money we will raise will be reinvested in the form of fundraising efforts, so we can make necessary expenditures for the 2014 elections, and build a reserve fund,” said Nicholas Hensley of North Carolina, the South East Fundraising Chair.

Currently there are three primary ways of donating to the Reform Party. The first is by donating a lump sum through Paypal, the second by joining their monthly donors club through Acteva and the third is to send a check to their treasurer in New York. If you want to donate or find out more about the Reform Party, you can visit their website www.reformparty.org or email them at www.rpusa.org.

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