Why a Third
Political parties are meant to offer alternative philosophies, priorities, agendas, and/or strategies to achieve the purpose of government as outlined in the Constitution.
Both major political parties have demonstrated more similarities than differences and therefore offer no clear alternatives to voters.
Repetition of failed policies and strategies has worsened our economic, social, and educational condition and proven a waste of taxpayer money, regardless of the party in power.
Neither major party has shown itself able to govern with a clear and consistent moral compass, and thus, the purpose of government has not been well-served by them.
As needs have changed, our country has seen the death and birth of political parties.
Today's major parties have either radicalized themselves into irrelevance for the average citizen or have moved so often with shifting political winds that they no longer possess a clear identity or mission.
Therefore, the Constitutional Party was formed to provide the people of Pennsylvania with a real political avenue to make their vote count, to provide a political expression of their beliefs and values in elections and in implementing public policy;
thereby better serving the purpose of government.