The original Fourteen A3P states. According to some, American Third Position is the fastest growing political organization in the United States. (Greg noted that we omitted our members in South Carolina! Mea culpa! – Editor)
This does not mean A3P is an officially-recognized party in these states, where their candidates can get on the ballot merely by filing a candidacy. It simply means A3P has an official party organization in those states. And that’s an important first step, because anyone wanting to run as an A3P candidate will probably have to circulate and submit nominating petitions FIRST, depending upon a given state’s rules. A3P activists and supporters could be quite helpful in assisting such candidates deploy nominating petitions.
What’s interesting is that A3P has not initially taken off in the more conservative Western states as one might expect. Instead, its greatest success has been realized in the Rust Belt states to the Northeast. The common denominators in this region are economic privation triggered by the continuing recession, and racial discontent triggered by non-Whites with an elevated sense of entitlement. Quite frequently, white public officials in Rust Belt states will side with the non-White over the White in racially-based disputes. The same situation has occurred in California, where Latinos actually govern much of the state behind the scenes thanks to the help of self-hating guilt-tripping liberal whites. Arizona, of course, is the front lines of the illegal immigration battle, and a pro-White party would be expected to succeed there. –Anchorage Activist