Third party is a term used in the United States for American political parties other
than the Republican and Democratic parties.
Jul 26, 2004 ... But, despite an active political presence, only two parties — the Democrats and
Republicans — dominate the modern American political ...
Most Americans have been led to believe that that the United States has a two-
party political system. In fact, of course, the Constitution of the United States says
Nov 11, 2016 ... Note: The Constitution Party's 15 state-level affiliates include Nevada's
Independent American Party and Michigan's U.S. Taxpayers Party.
LIBERTARIAN PARTY - The LP, founded in 1971, bills itself as "America's largest
third party" (and, along with the Greens, are definitely among the two largest ...
May 14, 2014 ... Third parties have an interesting history in American politics. Historically, every
major party started out as some sort of underdog and rose to the ...
The single-member-district plurality system governing most American elections
discourages the emergence, growth, and survival of third parties. Under this ...
Oct 24, 2016 ... The history of U.S. electoral politics shows that, despite current appearances,
third parties have been an active part of.
Sep 5, 2016 ... Trump's and Clinton's historic disapproval ratings could be a boon for third
parties, says Professor Jonathan Martin of Framingham State ...
A summary of Third Parties in 's Political Parties. ... Despite their lack of success
in the polls, third parties can affect American politics in a number of ways:.