November 25, 2022

Keystone Party is Pennsylvania’s newest political party

In November, you will notice a new political party on your ballot. He hopes to attract voters who want to see change. Pennsylvania. The party held its convention in York in April and worked to get candidates on the ballot. “We are committed to this being government reform in Pennsylvania,” Tatlas said. creation of a part-time legislature. “Pennsylvania is one of the few states with a full-time legislature, and it’s one of the states that does the least,” Tatlas said. The party is also pushing for changes at the ballot box, with open primaries and pick and choose voting. Instead of choosing a candidate, voters would rank them in order of preference. “If none of these candidates obtains more than 50% of the vote, they advance to the second round,” Tatlas said. Tatlas believes the method would provide representation for the majority of voters. The Keystone Platform also calls for education funding reform, universal health care, gun rights and decriminalization of gambling. “You should vote for a Keystone candidate if the other candidates don’t not represent you,” Tatlas said. Tatlas thinks the Keystone Party will have broad appeal. “We’re only a few months old, so I imagine we’ll probably double our membership. We’ll probably double our visibility every year until we become Pennsylvania’s next big party,” he said.

In November, you will notice a new political party on your ballot. He hopes to attract voters who want to see change.

“I just felt left out on the issues I cared about,” Gus Tatlas said.

So, the York County resident joined like-minded friends to form the Keystone Party of Pennsylvania.

The party held its convention in York in April and struggled to get candidates on the ballot.

“We are committed to this being government reform in Pennsylvania,” Tatlas said.

These reforms include term limits, a ban on gifts, and the creation of a part-time legislature.

“Pennsylvania is one of the few states with a full-time legislature, and it’s one of the states that does the least,” Tatlas said.

The party is also pushing for changes at the ballot box, with open primaries and pick and choose voting. Instead of choosing a candidate, voters would rank them in order of preference.

“If none of these candidates gets more than 50% of the vote, then they go to the second round,” Tatlas said.

Tatlas believes the method would ensure representation of the majority of voters.

The Keystone platform also calls for education funding reform, universal health care, gun rights and the decriminalization of gambling.

“You should vote for a Keystone candidate if the other candidates don’t represent you,” Tatlas said.

Tatlas thinks the Keystone Party will have broad appeal.

“We only have a few months, so I imagine we’ll probably double our membership. We’ll probably double our visibility every year until we become Pennsylvania’s next big party,” he said.