Movement for a Peoples Party


The majority of Americans are progressive and want a major new political party.

Despite Bernie Sanders’ monumental efforts to reform the Democratic Party, it remains firmly in neoliberal control. The Democratic Party has made it clear that it will not be the vehicle for the political revolution. Now the choice is ours: do we submit to the establishment parties and allow the spiral into oligarchy to continue? Or do we form a party for the progressive majority?

Affiliation with the major parties has been declining for a decade and there are now far more independents than Democrats or Republicans. Trump’s attacks on working people and Bernie’s immense efforts to bring people into the Democratic Party should be expanding the party. But Gallup figures reveal an alarming trend: since the general election, affiliation with the Democratic Party is declining while the Republican Party is holding steady, even growing slightly.

Despite the collective efforts to expand the Democratic party, more and more people are leaving and becoming independents. The American people are leading the way to an independent alternative. Instead of struggling against the progressive current in an effort to save an establishment party, we should swim with the progressive current and create the new party that most Americans want.

As Americans grow more progressive, they realize that the Democratic Party doesn’t represent them and are not inspired to vote. Only a new party built on the progressive views of the majority can inspire the turnout necessary to defeat Trump and his agenda.

Third parties have historically led progressive change throughout U.S. history. Bernie Sanders has an overwhelmingly high favorability with Democrats and independents. If he forms a new party that attracts just half of Democrats and half of independents, it will be the largest party in America by far.



Contact Name: Nick Brana
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HQ Address
State: VA
City: McLean
  P.O. Box 68
Zipcode: 22101-0068
Parent organization
People for a Working Democracy