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Veterans Party of America

Veterans' Party of America
Chairman Mark Wilder
Founded December 19, 2013
Headquarters St. Petersburg, Florida, USA
Ideology Centrism,
American Nationalism
Website
http://www.veteranspartyofamerica.org
Politics of the United States
Political parties
Elections

The Veterans' Party of America is a political party based in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA.

The VPA fielded several candidates in 2003, including a


  • Official Veterans Party of America website

External links

  1. ^ a b Politics1 - Guide to American Political Parties
  2. ^ The Federal Election Commission - list of candidates' party labels in 2004
  3. ^ THE INDEPENDENT NEWS/GOSSIP SOURCE OF THE GROWING WHIG MOVEMENT
  4. ^ http://thirdpartywatch.com/2008/08/06/military-veterans-turn-to-modern-whig-party/

References

Another party known as the Veterans' Party of America was formed by a group of veterans in December 2013 after the United States Senate approved a new budget deal which included cuts to military members' benefits. Within its first two months, the party amassed a following of almost 20,000 Facebook likes, forty-six state affiliates had been formed, and federal recognized party status was achieved.

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