Several political organizations have been formed throughout the years to enforce the political views that they believe in. These political views that they stand for make up the platform for each organization. Each of the political organizations work to see that they are involved in the political process. They want to be sure that they are heard in the areas of political interest by the masses. They want their political views to be fulfilled in a court of law. Most political organizations cover the gamut of economical issues, cultural issues, social issues, as well as legal issues. Some of the political views that these political organizations work to see are met are who they feel should be granted the authority to govern, what the political influence should be in terms of religion, and the way that the government handles the economy. These political organizations work to ensure that their political views are heard and acted upon accordingly.
1. One of the political organizations that has a distinct set of political views is the Alliance for School Choice. They have made their political views quite clear throughout the years. One of the key political views of the Alliance for School Choice is that the government should give parents the right to choose the school that their children will attend. They do not agree with the fact that there are ordinances in place that mandate your children to attend a certain school. The Alliance for School Choice believe that it should be up to the respective families to make these important choices about a child’s education. This is one of the main political organizations that has been known to make some advances in terms of the way that the government deals with education. They have saw to it that families receive vouchers and tax deductions in order to see to it that they have other options of schooling such as charter schools, private schools, and even homeschooling.
2. Another one of the political organizations that has rather intense political views is the National Women’s Political Caucus. Their main effort is to see to it that there are more women that are in the political circuit. Not only do they feel that there should be equal opportunity between men and women in politics, the key realm of their political views is that there should be, in fact, a lot more women that are in political office. The National Women’s Political Caucus has worked immensely to see to it that the Equal Rights Amendment be passed. In 1971, this came into fruition. They work quite tirelessly to recruit, endorse, train and support women so that they will be well equipped to enter into the political circuit on a professional level.