A political party focused on a single issue, which does not align with one of the major political parties in its nation.
The Green Party is an example in the United States. Their focus is on environmental issues to the exclusion of all else, and they are not aligned with one of the major political parties. An example from the United Kingdom is the SNP or Scottish National Party, whose single issue is removing Scotland from the UK.
The Green Party!
the answer is "single-issue"
A third party, a single-issue party, and a long-existing party.
The Prohibition Party was, and continues to be, a single-issue political third party.
The Bloc Quebecois party is an example of a single-issue party in Canada. Its single goal is for the separation of Quebec from the rest of Canada.
The Prohibition Party was and is (it still exists) a single issue third political party.
The Prohibition Party is (it still exists) both a third party and a single-issue party.
it is either lame duck plank party or single issue party.
It is a single issue political third party.
Single-issue Party; Liberty Party and Free Soil PartyIdeological Party; Socialist Labor Party and Communist Party USASplinter Party; Bull Moose Party
Third parties take away the top two parties votes. They focus soley on one issue, having narrow minds.
Slavery was the issue of the split in the Democratic Party.
In many situations, third parties play the role of witnesses or opinion making. If people want a neutral opinion about a certain issue, they may ask a third party to give an opinion.
Third parties make issues aware to the American public which then pressures the Democrats or the Republicans to put that issue onto their platform.
The most famous in recent history is probably H. Ross Perot from the the 1992 and 1996 U.S. presidential elections. (Pardon my U.S.-centric bias -- "two-party" versus "third-party" is largely a U.S. political issue, as far as I understand.)
George Wallace, governor of Alabama, ran as a third party candidate in 1968. He won 5 states, got 13.5% of the popular vote and 46 electoral votes. His main issue was racial segregation which he favored.
There are essentially four types of third parties, and they are distinguished by their motives for being so. First, there is the "spoiler." They are the ones who became as outcasts in their original party and so created their own to "spoil" their old party's chances at winning by taking away votes. Second, there is the "splinter." They simply break off of one of the larger parties because such parties didn't represent their ideas and beliefs. Third, there is the "ideologue." These parties have a world view unique to themselves and so feel strongly enough to create their own party based on it. Lastly, ther is the "protestor" or "single issue" party. These ones form on the basis of an issue or issues. So those are all of the types of third parties (to my knowledge).
The plural of third party is third parties.
what is a third party collection call
I would be first party, you would be second party, he or she would be third party.
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The third-party would contact the second-party as it was that party that received the goods or services from the third-party. The second-party would have recourse against the original issuer (first-party).
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Third parties make the political system more democratic by offering more choices. America has become a two-party system with third parties struggling to even get on the ballot in most states. A strong third party, which addresses a specific issue or platform, would force the two dominant parties to expand their platform to include these issues in an effort to compete with the third party.