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American Reform Party
http://www.americanreform.org
Source: American Reform Party

The website of the American Reform Party (ARP). The ARP describes itself as a democratic, independent national party that strives to initiate a process of American renewal under the U.S. Constitution through public debate that would unify American society, remove discrimination barriers, preserve our natural resources, and restore the integrity and decency of public life. This website includes the constitution, history, and candidates of the ARP.
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Constitution Party
http://www.constitution-party.net/
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The website of the Constitution Party, which describes itse;f as pro-life, anti-homosexual rights, pro-American sovereignty, anti-globalist, anti-free trade, and anti-unchecked immigration. The website offers information on the party's mission, history, campaigns and candidates.
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American Heritage Party
http://www.americanheritageparty.org
Source: American Heritage Party

The website of the American Heritage Party, which draws its principles from the Bible.
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America First Party
http://www.americafirstparty.org
Source: America First Party

The website of the America First Party contains information about its mission and candidates, political news, and a list of resolutions of its National Committees and National Conventions.
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Voting Systems Used in Washington Counties
http://www.secstate.wa.gov/elections/votingsystems
Source: Washington State Secretary of State

Explains the different voting systems and machines used in Washington counties during elections
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