Third party is a term used in the United States for American political parties other
than the Republican and Democratic parties.
American politics operate as a two-party system, and third party candidates do
not ... parties dominate voting in nearly all elections at every level of government
Third parties are created for a variety of reasons, and they have had an impact ...
and economic conservatives into an alliance against government activism in all ...
May 12, 2015 ... [OPINION: Why the U.S. Needs a Third Political Party] ... voters expect from their
government, and largely locked in party loyalty among voters; ...
May 14, 2014 ... Third parties have an interesting history in American politics. ... They support
smaller government, tax cuts, gun rights, energy independence, ...
Have third parties ever been successful in American history? .... by Ross Perot in
1992--balancing the budget and reforming the federal government. The Reform ...
Nov 11, 2016 ... As of April 2016, there were at least 28 distinct ballot-qualified political parties in
the United States. There were 214 state-level parties.
Third-party government so defined is hardly an entirely new phenomenon.
Rather, it has been a central feature of the American approach to public problems
Third party definition, any party to an incident, case, quarrel, etc., who is
incidentally involved. See more.
Among US third political parties, the Libertarian, Reform, Green and Constitution
Parties are usually the most active in presidential elections.