Working Families Party

Working Families Party

Le Working Families Party ou WFP est un parti politique américain fondé à New York en 1998. Essentiellement répandu dans l'État de New York, il est également implanté dans le Connecticut et cherche également à trouver des soutiens dans les États du Massachusetts, de l'Oregon et de la Californie. La parti, d'inspiration de gauche est né d'une coalition de syndicats.


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