Eric supports the Official Unity Party of America Platform with his own additions:

  1. Balance the Budget to a surplus to pay down the National Debt
  2. Reduce the size and scope of the Federal Government over the next 30 years
  3. Eliminate several non-productive Federal departments
  4. Limit foreign intervention and reduce favored nation statuses
  5. Absolutely Unqualified Assertion of the Second Amendment > 2A protects 1A
  6. Extend the Presidency to one 6-year term with no re-election

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  1. Matt

    Hi Eric. I met you last night in Wahpeton. These sound like very traditional conservative Ideas that unfortunately are always talked and never implemented politicians get the power to actually do them, and then they don’t. (except the term change). What separates the Republican and Unity Parties?

  2. Eric Bodenstab

    I apologize for the late reply. Yes, I do maintain several core conservative beliefs. Most in my party are more liberal. I don’t necessarily think this needs to be a dividing line. I would say that our attitude towards other powerful nations need not be combative, as more stands to be gained from collaboration. Perhaps there is a self-contradiction in here, but I stand by our ability to look after our own needs as a country, while not increasing hostility abroad.

    We have likely attained ballot access in several states in 2020, with the hopes of adding North Dakota in 2 or 4 years. I hope you are able to continue to maintain balance withIn the local government.

    Again, I regret not replying sooner and hopefully we can enlist your efforts in the future.

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