New American Independent Party

The New American Independent Party (NAIP) is a political party in the United States, founded by Michael Thompson in Wayne, Pennsylvania on election day in 2004.

The New American Independent Party claims to seek a more sustainable, self-reliant America through a platform of both liberal and conservative views. The New American Independent Party focuses heavily on middle class issues and government reform. The New American Independent party notified the Texas Secretary of State that they will try to qualify for the 2008 ballot [ [http://www.ballot-access.org/2007/12/31/four-parties-so-far-tell-texas-they-will-try-to-qualify/ Four Parties So Far Tell Texas They Will Try to Qualify] , www.ballot-access.org, December 31, 2007.] in Texas.

Current party candidates

In 2006, Michael Thompson ran as the party's first candidate when he ran for State Representative in Pennsylvania and received 4% of the vote.

In March 2008, the New American Independent Party nominated Frank McEnulty as their first presidential candidate. In July, McEnulty also became the vice-presidential nominee of the Reform Party. [ [http://www.ballot-access.org/2008/07/20/dallas-reform-party-meeting/ "Dallas Reform Party Meeting"] , www.ballot-access.org, July 7, 2008] He is continuing his campaign as the NAIP presidential nominee in states where the Reform Party is unable to obtain ballot status. [ [http://www.frankforpresident.org Frank McEnulty for President:News update] , www.frankforpresident.org]

References

External links

* [http://www.newamericanindependent.com New American Independent Party web site]
* [http://www.frankforpresident.org Frank McEnulty Campaign web site]


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