THE URGENT NEED
Most everyone knows that special interests have infected both the Republican and Democratic parties, rendering even good candidates from both parties impotent to effect the foundational changes in policy so desperately needed by the country today.
The result? The highest levels of voter disengagement in history. Over 100 million eligible voters did not vote in the 1998 election, with only 11% of student-age voters going to the polls.
But if people are not shaping public policy, who is? Too often it's corporate interests - biotech, oil, pharmaceutical, agrochemical, weapons, etc. - that dictate our national agenda. It's clear that America urgently needs a new generation of politics, free from special interest control. It's also clear that voters need a choice at the polls.
THERE IS A CHOICE
A new grassroots political party has been quietly gaining strength across the nation during the past seven years. That party will be on the ballot in all 50 states and plans to run 2000 candidates for federal, state, and local offices in the 2000 election - the largest third party effort in U.S. history. That party is the Natural Law Party. It stands for proven, forward-looking, sustainable solutions for America.
Now this national political party is being handed over to you. You are invited to take ownership of it. Expand and develop the platform. Run for office. Be a state or community leader.
IS A VOTE FOR A THIRD PARTY A WASTED VOTE?
Absolutely not. Can a third party win? Yes, definitely. The numbers are on our side. Together we can take back the country from dangerous special interests. Now. In this election. Why wait any longer?
NATURAL LAW PARTY SOLUTIONS
· Prevention-oriented health care · Renewable energy production and conservation · Eliminating special interest control of our politics · Sustainable, organic agriculture · A moratorium on genetically engineered foods until proven safe · Educational reforms to develop the full mental potential of the student · Reducing crime through innovative, field-tested crime prevention programs.