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Independent American Party Starts Push For Major Party Status
Published on Wed, May 1, 2013 (7:39 p.m.)Clark County Independent American Party
4310 Gasparville Street
Las Vegas, NV 89129
Independent American Party Starts Push For Major Party Status.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Tom Jones (702) 797-3417 /(702) 797-3IAP email@example.com
(Las Vegas, NV; May 1, 2013) – The Independent American Party (IAP) moves to be recognized as a major political party in Nevada in time for the 2014 elections.
IAP State Chairman John Wagner stated, “The IAP is the third largest party in Nevada and exercises considerable influence in the Nevada Legislature. People have become dissatisfied with the entrenched political machines and are looking for alternatives to a failed arrangement.”
Through an Internet and Social Media campaign beginning May 1, 2013, the IAP will be asking their existing pool of registered voters to help make the IAP the third major party in Nevada. By registering one voter per currently registered IAP Voter, the IAP will have enough members to be recognized as a major party during election cycles.
Mr. Wagner stated, “The people are tired of voting for the lesser of two evils. We need viable alternatives to the failed entrenched political parties. Now is the time for the voters to send a message by registering as an IAP voter. The people will be screaming to the establishment that they have had enough & want their elected representatives to listen to them.”
In Nevada, the IAP is 5 times larger than all the other 10 Minor Parties combined and stands as the alternative to failed entrenched political aristocracies.
You can register to vote online at http://www.nvsos.gov/SOSVoterRegForm/VoterForm.aspx
For more information on the IAP go to www.CCNVIAP.org The CCNVIAP holds an open meeting each third Thursday at 7pm at Bambini's Pizzeria on West Craig in North Las Vegas.
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