The majority of the Third Party Presidential Candidates do not have Tax Reform policies on their web sites. One of the Third Parties does not have any of its Presidential Candidates with a Tax Reform Policy. As the campaign goes on, and voters raise more questions, you might see a change in the number of candidates who decide to take a position on Tax Reform. If the voters make it known that Tax Reform is an issue that is important to them, then the candidates, not only the Third Party, will be more inclined to take a stance, pro or con.
The Constitution Party’s Third Party Candidates
Don J. Grundmann, D.C., M.H is the only declared Presidential Candidate of the Constitution Party.
Oh his Presidential Candidates web site, he states,
“IRS Criminal Investigations Special Agent finds no law requires you to file and pay income tax for working in America” However, the links do not work and there is no statement on what his proposals for tax reformwould be.
The Green Party’s Third Party Candidates
Alan Augustson does not have a Tax reform proposal on his Presidential Candidates web site..
Elaine Brown does not have a Tax Reform proposal on her Presidential Candidates web site.
Kent Mesplay does not have a Tax Reform proposal on his Presidential Candidates web site.
The Libertarian Party’s Third Party Candidates
The whole of Dave Hollist’s Presidential Candidates web site is devoted to tax reform. IN brief, he states, “Admittedly we do have an obvious problem since taxation is wrong: What’s right? The answer is Contract Insurance. I propose that we charge people one percent of the value of their contracts to insure them against any breach” The proceeds from issuing contract insurance would be used to replace taxes.
Daniel Imperato does not have a Tax Reform Proposal on his Presidential Candidates Web Site.
Bob Jackson on his Presidential Candidates web site states he favors lower taxes, but does not have any tax reform proposal.
Mike Jingozian does not have a Tax Reform proposal on his Presidential Candidates web site.
Steve Kubby has the following Tax Reform Proposal on his Presidential Candidates Web Site Taxes & Spending
Veto any and all tax increases, new taxes, and unbalanced budgets — period. Work to cut spending, splitting resulting surpluses between tax cuts and debt service. Work to eliminate the federal income tax. Until the income tax is eliminated, seek annual across-the-board tax cuts through increases to the personal exemption. Taxes & Spending
Alden Link does have a tax reform proposal on his Presidential Candidates web site. “We must shrink the size of government by cutting back on the amount of taxes it collects and the amount of money it can borrow. All property taxes need to be eliminated so the government no longer has a permanent claim against the land and home you own. As a first step toward eliminating the income tax, a simple 10% flat tax should be instituted. The death tax and capital gains tax represent double taxation and should be repealed. The government is growing larger and more intrusive with every law it passes, and with every dollar it spends. We need to have a government of limited powers, such as the one provided for in the United States Constitution.”
Robert Milnes does not have a Tax Reform policy on his Presidential Candidates web site.
George Phillies does not have a Tax Reform Policy on his Presidential Campaign Web Site.
Wayne Allyn Root
Wayne Allyn Root does have a statement of his tax reform policy on his Presidential Candidates web site, but he does not go into details on how he would accomplish his goals. His policy is “I will sign pledge to NOT raise tax rates- PERIOD!. I support drastically reduced & simplified federal taxes (flat tax), I support the elimination of death taxes.