Citizens Party Vote

Political Parties , New American Independent Party , Third Parties , Politics , Citizens Party of the United States

The Citizens Party of the United States (Citizens Party) is a contemporary political party in the United States. Founded by Michael Thompson in Wayne, Pennsylvania in 2004 as the New American Independent Party (NAIP), the first meeting took place in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania on the day of the general election in 2004. The New American Independent Party officially changed its name to the Citizens Party[1] in January 2011. The Citizens Party claims to seek a more sustainable, self-reliant America through a platform combination of liberal, moderate, and conservative positions. The Citizens Party focuses heavily on middle class economic issues and government reform. The Citizens Party supports campaign finance reform and does not accept campaign contributions from political action committees (PACs). super PACs, labor unions or registered lobbyists.

Citizens Party of the United States

The New American Party


Geographic coverage:
United States


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