Political Party

The Modern Whig Party

Official Name:

Modern Whig Party


Mike Lebowitz

Founding date:


Party Ideology:

The centrist party leans to the right on fiscal issues and to the left on social ones. It seeks to build itself into a viable third party alternative, and rejects attempts to label its political ideology.

Party History:

The party is viewed by its founders as the ideological descendant of the original Whig Party of the 19th century, with a twist. Brought into being in the Middle East by active members of the American armed forces disillusioned with hegemony and ideology of the big two, the Modern Whig Party immediately became a hit among servicemen, drawing reportedly 25,000 of them into the party fold within a year of its founding.

In 2010, the D.C.-based Whigs merged with the 16,000-strong American Centrist Party.

Party address:

The Modern Whig Party
2020 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Suite 616
Washington, DC 20006


Party logo:

A red and blue owl divided by a white band, with four small white stars placed right above it.

Party chairperson:

Andrew Evans

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