Third party is a term used in the United States for American political parties other
than the Republican and Democratic parties.
Jul 26, 2004 ... The United States is home to more than 54 political parties -- 37 of which ... of the
third parties, believe in a reduced role of the government.
A summary of Third Parties in 's Political Parties. Learn exactly ... Introduce new
ideas: Third parties propose many government policies and practices. Example: ...
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 14, 2014 ... Third parties have an interesting history in American politics. ... They support
smaller government, tax cuts, gun rights, energy independence, ...
In the end, Nader was on the ballot in 44 states and finished third with ... hold
various -- though fairly low level -- government offices (including lots of minor ...
A Brief Look at the History of Third Parties in America ... businessmen suffered
while the power of government was directed only to serve the interests of railroad
Learn more about the role of third parties in the Boundless open textbook. ...
parties dominate voting in nearly all elections at every level of government and,
as a ...
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; ...
Municipal Government ... 4 Voter preference for a third party; 5 Political party
articles on Ballotpedia; 6 See also; 7 External links; 8 Footnotes ... Three minor
parties were recognized in more than 10 states as of April 2016: ... The table
below lists the distinct ballot-qualified political parties in the United States as of