What is Working Families Party?

Definition and meaning of Working Families Party: The Working Families Party is a national grassroots progressive organization that seeks to bring independent and reform-minded candidates to the ballot box. The political party is dedicated to advancing a progressive agenda that benefits all working families and communities. This includes fighting for economic and racial justice, defending democracy and the right to vote, and ending the two-party system that has kept too many people out of the political process. The Working Families Party works to ensure that all citizens have access to the ballot box and can make their voices heard. By supporting independent candidates who are not beholden to corporate interests, the Working Families Party is working to create a more equitable and just society. Examples of the party's work include advocating for living wages, healthcare reform, and criminal justice reform.


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