Tag Archives: Reform Party of Florida

Questions Nicholas Hensley Refuses to Answer

Over the summer Reform Party chairman-elect Nicholas Hensley requested an interview with IPR.  Questions were sent to him.  He refused to answer them.

After Hensley became chairman earlier this month, IPR reminded him of the questions but still he refused to answer.

Here’s the questions that were too difficult for Hensley to answer:

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Alliance Party December 2020 Newsletter

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

The Alliance Party wishes you a
Happy and Safe Holiday Season

As 2020 comes to a close we reflect on our successes and upon our learning opportunities in order to properly move forward into 2021 and beyond.… Read more ...

Reform Party Presidential Nomination Rescheduled for June 20, Candidates to Address Delegates Starting Tuesday

It was reported Saturday the Reform Party postponed its presidential nomination during its national convention.  IPR has now learned the party rescheduled the nomination for June 20.  This is due to many of the delegates being unaware there were choices for the presidential nomination other than businessman Rocky De La Fuente, the Alliance Party presidential nominee and 2016 presidential nominee of the Reform Party. … Read more ...

Reform Party Elects New Chairman, Postpones Convention Before Presidential Nomination

As reported on the Reform Party National Committee Facebook page, earlier today at the Reform Party National Committee meeting, committee secretary Nicholas Hensley defeated incumbent chairman Bill Merrell to become the party’s national chairman-elect.  Mike Hackmer will replace Hensely as secretary on January 1.  Leigh Pollet was elected vice chair. … Read more ...

Chairman Joe Wendt Threatens to Dissolve Reform Party of Florida if De La Fuente is not Nominated for President

Chairman of the Reform Party of Florida Joe Wendt has threatened to dissolve the ballot qualified Reform Party of Florida if the national party fails to nominate businessman Rocky De La Fuente for president, according to an anonymous source.  This comes as Souraya Faas considers entering the race for the party’s presidential nomination, which is to be decided at the 2020 Reform Party National Convention on June 13.… Read more ...

Max Abramson to Seek Reform Party 2020 Presidential Nomination

New Hampshire representative Max Abramson, who is currently seeking the presidential nomination of the Veterans Party of America, has stated in an email to IPR that, as of today, he is seeking the 2020 presidential nomination of the Reform Party.

Abramson, who was a major in the Civil Air Patrol, was elected to the New Hampshire State House in 2014 as a Republican. … Read more ...

Reform Party: William Drummond II for Florida’s 2nd Congressional District

 The following was published on the Reform Party’s website

William “Cleave” Drummond II is the current Reform Party candidate for Florida’s Second Congressional District. He is currently running against incumbent Republican Steve Southerland and Democratic hopeful Gwen Graham.

Cleave Drummond was born in July of 1962, and has lived in Florida since the mid-1980.

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Reform Party Petitioning for Ballot Access in New York, Utah and Florida

For Immediate Release – The Reform Party of the United States of America affiliates in New York and Utah are currently petitioning for ballot access. No Reform Party affiliate has successfully petitioned for access since the 2004 election cycle. Currently it is on the ballot in Florida and Louisiana, two states that do not require petitions for access.… Read more ...

Reform Party Candidate Cleave Drummond Announces 2014 Run for Florida’s Second Congressional District

The following was posted on the Reform Party’s website on March 10th: 

Reform Party member Cleave Drummond has announced he will run for Florida’s Second Congressional District’s seat in the 2014 elections, which is currently held by Republican Steve Southerland. He is the first Reform Party member to announce his candidacy for the 2014 Federal Elections.… Read more ...

Will Crist Run As “No Party Affilliation” or “Independent”?

There is a story developing as to which ballot label Gov. Charlie Crist will choose to use if/when he leaves the Republican Party. Crist is running for the open Us Senate seat in Florida and is behind in the Republican primary by over 20 points. Polling has shown that the race is winnable for him in a three-way race in which he is an Independent.… Read more ...