Political Parties

Constitution Party

The Constitution Party is dedicated to limiting the federal government to its expressed constitutional boundaries. It is an explicitly Christian party that believes the political rights of Americans ultimately derive from God. It believes in a smaller federal government that is closer to the one that existed in the late 18th century when the founders governed the country.

Democratic Party

The Democratic Party believes that America does best as a country when each individual American does well, with everyone pulling their own weight, playing by the same rules and having equal access to education, training and advancement. The Democratic Party focuses on issues such as education, health care, clean energy, job creation and equal pay.

Green Party

The Green party is based on the principles of green politics, such as social justice, environmentalism and nonviolence.
Greens believe that these issues are inherently related to one another as a foundation for world peace. Green party platforms typically embrace social-democratic economic policies and forming coalitions with other left-wing parties.

Legal Marijuana Now Party

Legal Marijuana Now is a political third party in the United States established in 1998 to oppose drug prohibition.[1] The party shares many of the progressive values of the Farmer-Labor Party but with an emphasis on marijuana/hemp legalization issues. It active in the U.S. states of Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey, and Wisconsin.

Libertarian Party

Libertarian Party, U.S. political party devoted to the principles of libertarianism. It supports the rights of individuals to exercise virtual sole authority over their lives and sets itself against the traditional services and regulatory and coercive powers of federal, state, and local governments.

Party for Socialism and Liberation

The Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL) is an activist party that endorses popular struggles in the U.S. and raises the need for international socialist revolution. Their writings stress the fight against racism, sexism, and homophobia, as well as struggles for national self-determination, labor rights, and union militancy.

Prohibition Party

The Prohibition Party is a conservative political party in the United States Known best for its historic opposition to the manufacture and sale of alcohol, this party has traditionally supported a variety of conservative-leaning policies as well, including opposition to the sale of tobacco, distribution of pornography and legalization of gambling.

Reform Party

The Reform Party stands for ethics reform that create a transparent government beholden to the American People. It fights for the American economy and middle class by supporting common sense economic policies that bring jobs back to the United States, and rebuilds American’s manufacturing sector.

Republican Party

The Republican Party believes that the government’s role is to enable the people to secure the benefits of society for themselves, their families, and for those who are unable to do so for themselves. Republicans believe in limiting the Government’s intervention in the work of the individual towards prosperity. The government should only intervene when society cannot function at the level of the individual.

Socialist Party

The Socialist party is committed to the transformation of capitalism through the creation of a democratic socialist society based on compassion, empathy, and respect as well as the development of new social structures.  Socialism will establish a new social and economic order in which workers and community members will take responsibility for and control of their interpersonal relationships, their neighborhoods, their local government, and the production and distribution of all goods and services. 

Do You Know the Green Party?

Do You Know the Green Party?

Two government parties tend to take all the spotlight. The Democrats and the Republicans typically take center stage, but other parties are out there. One of those parties is the Green Party. The...

read more
Work In International Relations

Work In International Relations

International relations are an essential step that keeps our world revolving. We need to be able to connect the countries to the corporate. There are many ways that this can be accomplished. Getting...

read more

What’s Going On with Omicron?

The latest variant of the Covid-19 virus has left experts and government officials unsure of how to proceed. With the world arguing about transmission, death rates and economic impact, it’s hard to...

read more
Is the Government Worried about Inflation?

Is the Government Worried about Inflation?

As businesses struggle to fill open positions, cause for economic concern has increased tremendously. Additionally, with America’s national inflation rate rising to 5% (the highest it’s been in more...

read more
Get Out and Vote!
Skip to content