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[expand title="View Answer" rel="faq" swaptitle="close"] Entities organized under section 527 of the tax code are considered "political organizations," defined generally as a party, committee or association that is organized and operated primarily for the purpose of influencing the selection, nom

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[expand title="View Answer" rel="faq" swaptitle="close"]There are many ways you can help out. The easiest way to find many of our open positions would be to check out the Available Openings on the NAP website. Contact your state party leadership as well and if they have any needs or openings. &nb

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Aug 31

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[expand title="View Answer" rel="faq" swaptitle="close"]Yes, please find your state's chapter on Facebook  on the main navigation bar of our website and join!  You can also meet and converse with other National Atheist Party Supports on our NAP forums.[/expand]

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Aug 31

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[expand title="View Answer" rel="faq" swaptitle="close"]You can review the Charter and the National Atheist Party's platform positions  HERE. To skip directly to the platform positions, you may click HERE.[/expand]

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[expand title="View Answer" rel="faq" swaptitle="close"]The very first action you should take is to register as a member of the National Atheist Party and let us know how you are willing to help.  You can quickly and conveniently do this with our handy online Membership Form. You should also join

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Aug 15

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[expand title="View Answer" rel="faq" swaptitle="close"] Theocratic politicians want to include their specific religion in the government arena – a place where it doesn’t belong. Our party seeks to apply a strict observation of the laws that are already in place, albeit poorly enforced. We ag

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Jul 21

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[expand title="View Answer" rel="faq" swaptitle="close"] No, there is no religious test for membership. The party is open to anyone who applies. We do not reject anyone for any reason whatsoever. We only ask that members engage in consensus building in a civil and respectful way and approve of th

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Jul 21

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[expand title="View Answer" rel="faq" swaptitle="close"] We are the "Atheist" party for several reasons, and each member may have varying personal reasons for why the chosen voted upon name is or is not justified. Atheist is the demographic of the National Atheist Party’s founders and of th

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Jul 21

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[expand title="View Answer" rel="faq" swaptitle="close"] A rational and skeptical approach to evidence-based conclusions and a belief that morality is not the result of a disembodied authority absolutely do have significant consequences on political discourse. In the United States, a polit

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Jul 21

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[expand title="View Answer" rel="faq" swaptitle="close"] We seek to represent the atheist demographic. We invite and seek any and every atheist or secular advocate to have his or her say and vote on the platform. Our membership voted for the positions on the platform and approval of the Party’s

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Jul 21

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[expand title="View Answer" rel="faq" swaptitle="close"] Troy Boyle and Mark Smith originated the idea for a party which they originally termed the Freethought Party. They began with a few other like-minded individuals with online discussions. After deliberation and discussion, they decided that

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Jul 21

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[expand title="View Answer" rel="faq" swaptitle="close"] Leadership includes the Executive Board and the Advisory Council. Committees that will focus on specific policy issues are being formed and headed by members with expertise. These Policy Committees will conduct research, draft policy propos

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