Where can I interact with American Solidarity Party members?

Please follow our public page on Facebook, our Instagram, or on Twitter find us @AmSolidarity, where you are welcome to comment (respectfully in solidarity, please!) and interact with members and others who are curious about the party.

If you’ve joined the party as a voting member, you can also join our voting members group, where we discuss ways we can help advance our political causes together.

What does it mean to register?

Registration requires that you affirm your agreement with our four core principles: the sanctity of human life, the necessity of social justice, our responsibility for the environment, and the possibility of a more peaceful world. Doing so gives you access to our members-only emails, even if you are not a full voting member.

Doing this in no way keeps you from being a registered Democrat or Republican for voting in primaries. In some states, voter registration under the American Solidarity Party may be possible. There is no link between registering on this website and registering with the state.

“I want to get involved!”

We’re glad you found us! As a new party, energy and enthusiasm will make all the difference! Here are a few quick ways to get involved:

  • Sign up as a member! This will put you on the list to receive emails about our national activities and opportunities to get involved with the national party. Your contact information will also be shared with the leadership of your state chapter (but NEVER anyone else!) so you can get involved in state and local activities.
  • Donate! We are funded solely by small donors like you. We do not have corporate PACs or billionaires backing our party. We need your help to get the word out about this exciting new party that is committed to advancing the common good, not corporate and special interests.
  • Join the Facebook Members group. Within a day or two of signing up you should receive an invitation to our Members group on Facebook where you can learn more about ways to get involved and where you can engage with other members on a variety of topics. Join and follow your state ASP chapter pages and groups too.
  • Spread the word! Tell your family and friends about the ASP. If you know of a great online magazine or blog that might like to do an interview with a candidate or member of the National Committee, let us know. If you read a blog and you think that it’s appropriate, leave a comment directing people to our website to learn more about us!

“Will you be on the ballot/have a chapter in my state?”

We currently do have a state chapter in each state. You can contact the state chair/ballot access coordinator for more information about that state and to volunteer to help.

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