Two parties. Zero results.

It's time to fix the equation.

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74%

of Americans are angry with the way government works

89%

disapprove of the way Congress is doing its job

IT'S TIME TO FIX THE EQUATION.

Our country is on a dangerous trajectory. Our two major political parties are dominated by their most vocal and extreme members, leaving little room for compromise. That’s why we’ve just had the most unproductive Congress in our lifetime. Our nation’s vast challenges are left unsolved. That’s not right.

Most American voters are not that extreme. We've been left behind as our traditional parties moved farther right and left. We do not want to live in an era of partisan extremism and gridlock. The sane, pragmatic majority in America must wrestle the steering wheel of the country away from the extremists on either side.

 

THE PLAN IS SIMPLE.

The Centrist Project is a rapidly growing national force of citizens working to bring real change to real problems. We take the best ideas from both parties and ditch the rest. And, we have a tangible strategy for real change.

It begins by electing five independent, centrist Senators not beholden to the broken parties who, like you, believe fiscal responsibility, economic opportunity, social tolerance and environmental stewardship should come first.

The five who will hold the swing votes on every issue facing the Senate, so neither major party will have the majority.

The five who will work for you, not the parties, pushing Congress to work faster and smarter.

The Centrist Principles

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Food for Thought: Constitutional Convention 2.0

Reflecting on the party conventions, Centrist founder Charlie Wheelan ponders how a Constitutional Convention in modern times could help our political system. In this US News piece, Wheelan notes that “A new Constitutional Convention may be fantasy, but making the system work better is not. One good way to begin restoring our faith in politics is to improve our political institutions so that they more accurately reflect the broad will of the electorate.” And we thank you – our Centrist Community – for your dedication to the cause. Onward! 

3 Of The Craziest Moments in Political Fiction (That Actually Happened)

In college I took an Art History class in which the Professor asked “Does art imitate life or does life imitate art?” It’s a interesting question to consider because often in life, especially in politics (and especially this year), truth is stranger than fiction. Here are just three examples of times in political fiction when the line between art and life got a little blurry: