FAQs: Critical questions
Political parties can become 'bottomless pits' for money, both legitimate and illegitimate. Strategies must be in place to control fund-raising, spending and access. In democracies, political parties act as intermediaries between the public and the state, so access to the parties becomes vital. The more money a party has, the more influence it is likely to wield. Direct state funding: This gives the existing leadership a considerable amount of power over finance.
The Conscious Media Network - Frequently Asked Questions
We are entirely non partisan and do not support any political party. We believe that there needs to be a system and infrastructure that supports people in being contributing members of society, however we have no guidelines as to how this should be done and do not support any political party, religion or alternative doctrine in any formal or financial way.
FAQ/Frequently Asked Questions
No, you can become a No Party affiliate. You will not be allowed to vote in the Primary election. Primary elections are for members of parties only.
NOW FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
No, NOW is a non-partisan organization. Candidates of all political parties are eligible for endorsement by NOW/PAC and by state and local NOW Political Action Committee.
We are not a political party, but a spiritual body representing a revolutionary, new faith-an alternative religion for those who are no longer able to accept Judeo-Christian dogma.
DC 37: Most Frequently Asked Questions About the PEOPLE Prog...
No. PEOPLE dollars are used to support candidates who understand the needs and concerns of labor and working families. PEOPLE politicians are men and women who respect public employees and believe in the work that we do regardless of political affiliation. No. By law, Union dues cannot be used to support political candidates. The law does allow public employees to contribute politically through the PEOPLE Program.
The Campaign For Life
No. We welcome the support of all Christians, regardless of party affiliation. We acknowledge that as citizens living in a free democratic republic, each of us has an important responsibility to actively support those public servants who themselves seek God's guidance and work to do his will. But we also recognize that all politics are temporal, all political movements are changeable and corruptible – and as such, they are the province of men.
Save Our Children--adolescents at risk
If you visit my blogsite and read my Mission and Profile you will see that I have no hidden agenda. I believe your site (after researching many sites) is by far the best parental, educator and student resource on the web. I recognize that my strong endorsement of your work might put me out of the business of posting reliable and informative sources, but I think I'll still be able to work toward my ultimate goal of massive public education reform.
League of Women Voters Oberlin Area
You do not declare your party when you register to vote in Ohio. You only declare your party when you ask for one party’s ballot at a Primary Election.
New Jersey Citizens Guide to Government
You can join a political party by voting in a Primary Election or by obtaining and completing a Party Affiliation card from the Commissioner of Registration.
TNSEC- FAQ- Frequently Asked Questions
The Election Commission of India is the authority to register political parties under Sec.29A of the Registration of People Act.
Intercollegiate Studies Institute - About ISI - Frequently A...
No. The Intercollegiate Studies Institute meets the Internal Revenue Service definition of a 501 c(3) non-profit educational organization. ISI does not attempt to influence legislation as part of its activities nor does it participate in campaign activity for or against political candidates.
No. We are strictly non-partisan. If the responses to our questionnaires looks slanted, it is because only some people who receive the questionnaire respond. For example, each time when copies were emailed to everyone elected to the Massachusetts State House and Senate, only 1 politician responded.
President Puppets: Featuring the only George W. Bush Puppet
Neither. We hope our puppets help promote democracy and get people interested in our government and how it works. If it takes a puppet to get people involved so be it. There's nothing wrong with having a little fun, too!
The Aerican Empire
Yes. However, recruiting members is your job, not anyone else's. Also, you will not be allowed to form a faction based on hate or xenophobia.
None. Although individual assistants or associates may belong to a particular political party, the Earth's Pillars organization does not belong to any specific party. We support certain causes and will act to bring them into fruition regardless of what party supports them (we should note here that we will not support causes led by a party whose overall intentions disrupt world harmony, such as those that are racist in nature.
Voting FAQ - Declare Yourself
In some states you can't vote in the primary election if you are not registered with a party. Click here for your state's information.
Colfax County FAQ's | Colfax County, New Mexico
When a political party registers with the secretary of state, the law classifies the party as either major or minor. A political party is classified as a major political party when it meets certain requirements established by law. No. Your precinct and polling place is based on where you live. It is unlawful to use an address that is not your permanent residence for voter registration purposes. You may, however, use any address for a mailing address.