Reform Party of the United States of America
The Reform Party aspires to create a federal government that is fiscally responsible, and with high ethical standards. It advocates a balanced approach to healthcare, energy and foreign policy, guided by the principles established in the United States Constitution, Bill of Rights and Declaration of Independence. The moderate party has no official stances on social issues as it believes that priority should be given to the economy and national security.
The Reform Party was founded by billionaire Ross Perot in 1996 to serve as the platform for his second run for the White House.
Reform Party of the United States
PO Box 660675 #3995
Dallas, TX 75266-0675
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• Kevin G. Kennedy: Four-term Councilman, Belleville Town Council, New Jersey
• Ross Perot: Party founder, billionaire, and one of the pioneers of electronic data processing management and storage.
• Jesse Ventura (James George Janos): Professional wrestler and the 38th Governor of Minnesota (1999-2003)
• Pat Buchanan: Conservative icon, advisor to former presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan, and 2000 Reform Party presidential candidate.