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Natural Law Party on Government Reform

Party Platform


Avoid government crisis through prevention

Prevention-oriented government. End crisis management through prevention-oriented programs that will both solve existing problems and prevent future ones from arising.
Source: Natural Law Party’s “50-point Action Plan” , Nov 7, 2000

Government should use best ideas from all political parties

The Natural Law Party supports “all-party government” -- bringing together the best ideas, programs, and leaders from all political parties and the private sector to solve and prevent problems. The Natural Law Party advocates an end to negative campaigning and partisan politics, and supports essential campaign finance reform to eliminate special interest control of government.
Source: Natural Law Party’s “50-point Action Plan” , Nov 7, 2000

Reform the electoral process so candidates focus on serving

Ensure equal access to the ballot & the media for all candidates, the elimination of soft-money, & a shift toward public sponsorship of campaigns. Such reforms fulfill every American’s right to information about candidates while freeing elected officials to focus on serving rather than campaign contributions. Encourage voter participation by shortening the campaign season to two months, making election day a national holiday, and abolishing the Electoral College.
Source: Natural Law Party’s “50-point Action Plan” , Nov 7, 2000

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