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