Alternative Political Party Plans Convention

NEWARK — The Twelve Visions Party of New Jersey, the first political party running on the premise, “Make all the people rich, including the poor”, has scheduled its third State Convention for Saturday, March 19, at the Newark Symphony Hall in Newark.

According to organizers, the sole purpose of the Twelve Visions Party is to de-politicize America, allowing government to fulfill its one true role of being a “protection only” government.


The event will include internationally-renowned keynote speaker Mary Miller, members of the National Committee and New Jersey state officers in a live panel discussion, presentations on how the party will affect small businesses, and a focus on the Prime Law, the one law that will actually make all the people rich, including the poor!  The convention will also include live music and art performances presented by Twelve Visions Party supporters.

The full Twelve Visions Party Platform is available on the party’s national website:  Tickets for the event are currently available via PayPal® at the state’s website: (under the “Convention” tab) and are $60 per person.  Tickets purchased before Feb. 10 are discounted to $50 each.

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