New Poll: Americans Profoundly Unhappy with Two-party Politics

Michigan’s youngest congressional candidate ready to step up and challenge major party candidates in the 11th District   Commerce, Michigan (September 27, 2018)—New polling released this morning reveals Americans prefer independent candidates over those who belong to either of the major parties. According to new data released by ScottRasmussen.com and the Job Creators Network, only 24 and 22 percent believe Republicans and Democrats …

The Two-Party System Doesn’t Work for You. I Will.

Cooper Nye’s Platform for Candidacy Cooper Nye is Michigan’s youngest congressional candidate, running as an independent for the U.S. House of Representatives (MI-11). This year, Cooper dropped his career in Washington D.C.—where he saw our rigged system firsthand—to come home and disrupt the two-party system. Cooper is a pro-liberty, anti-corruption candidate fighting to unite the district on bold reforms that …

New Gallup Survey Shows Strong Disapproval of Federal Government

Results reveal a need to disrupt D.C., says the Cooper Nye Campaign    Commerce, Michigan (September 6, 2018)—The federal government is very unpopular among Americans, says Cooper Nye, an independent candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives (MI-11). According to a new Gallup poll, which measures favorability ratings of 25 major U.S. industries, 53 percent of Americans view the federal government negatively—the lowest of …

Youngest Michigan Congressional Candidate Makes General Election Ballot

Independent Cooper Nye aims to unite a divided district   Commerce, Michigan (August 29, 2018)—Michigan’s Secretary of State has confirmed that 26-year-old Cooper Nye, a reform-focused independent candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives (MI-11), will appear on the general election ballot this November. Without party affiliation, Nye’s campaign was required by state ballot access rules to file at least 3,000 valid …