Knowledge Identifier: &Reform_Party_of_the_United_States_of_America
Founded in 1995.
Countries: United States (55%), Minnesota (13%), Arizona (5%)
Linked to: United States House of Representatives, America First Party, Independence Party of New York, American Reform Party
In 2002, Buchanan returned to the Republican Party
In 2006, the Reform Party nominated candidates in Arizona, and was petitioning to regain ballot access in several other states where state Reform Party organizations were active
At the national convention, Ted Weill of Mississippi was nominated to be the party's 2008 presidential candidate
Frank MacKay of the dissident Independence Party of New York faction had made the endorsement, not the Reform Party USA. Reform Party USA Reference David Collison, the Reform Party's chairman, said during a 2009 interview, "Do you believe that any legitimate national party would endorse the Republican candidate for President rather than have a candidate of their own-"
The Reform Party of New York State is an unrelated political party founded in 2014 as the Stop Common Core Party