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American Conservative Party (United States)

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American Conservative Party (United States)

American Conservative Party
Chairman Kirk Spears
Founded February 2008
Headquarters 1900 Campus Commons Dr. Suite 100, Reston, VA 20191
Ideology Conservatism
Politics of the United States
Political parties

The American Conservative Party (ACP) is a minor political party in the United States founded in February 2008 through collaborative meetings of member groups over the Internet. The general party platform is based upon the libertarian conservatism philosophy of individual sovereignty combined with the traditional conservative form of the limited central government structure.[1]

The party is organized with state affiliate chapters through local grassroots efforts and is not affiliate with other previously formed state-only parties. The online ACP Forum is the primary source for information, procedures, and collaboration for party leaders and members.[2]


The leadership of the organization is managed through Officers and Committees with a National Council represented by the state affiliates.

State Chapters

Currently there are about 15 developing state chapters with four established state affiliate parties represented in the National Leadership Council and holding active state memberships.

ACP State Affiliates:
State Membership Affiliate
Florida - -
Georgia - -
Texas - -
Virginia - -


  1. ^ The American Conservative Party, Principles Creed, 11/2012 - Principles
  2. ^ The American Conservative Party, Forum Index, 11/2012 - Forum.

External links

  • Official website
  • American Conservative Party, Legislative Agenda.
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