Alliance Party January 2021 Newsletter

The Alliance Party sent out the following newsletter today updating email subscribers on the latest party news for this month:

With the new year comes new beginnings. National Chair Jim Rex, who graciously, and wonderfully,  stepped in to fill in for Brian Mistrot announced he would step down Dec 31. By unanimous vote of the National Committee Darcy Richardson was elected to fill his term.

National Vice Chair, Michael Burger, announced he is stepping down for personal reasons. The National Committee unanimously elected At-Large National Committee member Jonathan Etheridge to fill his term. A smooth transition of leadership is testimony to the strength of an organization. You may read the full announcements HERE.
Both terms will expire in 2023,

The Alliance Grows:
Our support base has grown in leaps and bounds, new leaders are arising and we are in dialogue with other parties regarding potential future mergers. Spread the word, like, share, follow and retweet us on social media

Looking Forward:

In what is an “off-year” in most states we will be putting an emphasis in strengthening our state affiliate program. 2021 will be dedicated to expanding and strengthening our grassroots state affiliate system to ensure that we have the foundation to enable our local, state, and federal candidates to compete effectively with the representatives of a duopoly that continues to cause harm to our nation.

If you are interested in being a leader in this historic movement at the state or local level please tick HERE

If you are interested in a Run For Office please Tick HERE.

To see which officers are coming up for election in your state Tick HERE

Please note that the party is 100% volunteers, no one receives any monies for their dedicated service. All contributions go to party building and candidate support.

Listen Up: After Dark Podcast

Did you know the Alliance has its own podcast? Thanks to volunteer hosts and producers Dan Schaefer and Greg Russo. New After Dark: The Alliance Radio Hour podcasts are posted on Sundays .

  • Jim Rex Looks Back on 2020 and Ahead to 2021Jim Rex drops by to talk about 2020 and the Alliance Party’s accomplishments during a year in which our nation was challenged on multiple fronts. As National Chair until January 1 of this year, Jim has unique insight into the Party, and he shares his thoughts during this podcast. He also looks ahead to 2021, where Darcy Richardson will lead the Party as we build up state level affiliates, recruit new candidates with a fresh approach to politics, and prepare for the next election year. By no means is it time to relax; we must keep the momentum going in 2021, as there is much to be done to put our nation back on track. . Listen
  • Book RecommendationsThis week we focus on book recommendations for listeners interested in learning more about our current democracy, warts and all! The books are:

    The New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, by John Perkins

    The Politics Industry: How Political Innovation Can Break Partisan Gridlock and Save Our Democracy, by Katherine Gehl and Michael Porter

    Shadow Network: Media, Money, and the Secret Hub of the Radical Right, by Anne Nelson

    Let them Eat Tweets: How the Right Rules in an Age of Extreme Inequality, by Jacob Hacker and Paul Pierson. Listen

  • Looking Ahead, With Tim Cotton            The Alliance Party’s National Political Director Tim Cotton drops by to talk about the Alliance Party’s plans and objectives for 2021. There’s a lot to accomplish in the new year. In general, there will be an emphasis on building the party from the bottom up. This begins at the local level, where getting the word out and getting people to talk about kitchen table issues will be emphasized. Of course, there will be a push for ballot access in as many states as possible. 2021 is also a convention year for the Alliance Party; we would like to host an in-person convention, but much depends on Covid restrictions.This is an informative interview that should help familiarize you with the direction for 2021, as 2020 disappears into the history books.. Listen



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One thought on “Alliance Party January 2021 Newsletter

  1. Jared

    Isn’t the Alliance Party supposed to be middle of the road, center-left to center-right?

    Portions of the 2020 manifesto sound like they were penned by Elizabeth Warren. Single-payer healthcare, a federal jobs guarantee, and “whole-of-government economic transformation?”

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