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Run for State Senate or Assembly in Brooklyn on the Reform Party Line

If you are interested in running for office on the Reform Party line, please email info@bobcapano.com today. If you are interested in registering in the Reform Party, please click here for a voter registration form.

The New York State Reform Party, led by Chairman Curtis Sliwa, was founded on citizen empowerment. We have a big tent, and welcome all, regardless of their past party affiliation or political views. In fact, this year the Kings County Reform Party endorsed a Democrat, Republican, and someone not affiliated with any party for Congress.

Our focus is on fighting political corruption and the control of our government by special interests. Simply, we trust the people, not the politicians. This is why we support initiative and referendum in New York. This allows people to vote on key issues. In blue states like California or red states like Arizona, initiative and referendum drives people to the polls because they care about issues more than the politicians. We also strongly support term limits for all elected officials and easing ballot access laws.

Our party is unique, independent, and autonomous. Our party is based on principles, not personalities. Throughout this nation, more people are choosing not to identify with the Republican or Democratic parties. The Reform Party offers an alternative to politics as usual and welcomes all.

For more information on the New York State Reform Party visit:
https://www.nyreformparty.com/

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