Keep It Straight and Simple Party

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Keep It Straight and Simple Party, known as "KISS" is a minor political party in South Africa based in Heidelberg, Gauteng.

Party history[edit]

The Keep It Straight and Simple Party was founded in 1994 when the first nonracial democratic elections were held in South Africa after the end of Apartheid and white minority rule. After being dormant in the 1999 parliamentary elections, the party, led by C. C. Gaisford (Claire Emary), resurfaced in the April 14, 2004 elections. The party has consistently placed very low in elections.

The party is based on Classical Liberal traditions.

Electoral history[edit]

Election Votes % Seats
2014 4,294 0.02 -
2009 5,440 0.03 -
2004 6,514 0.04 -
1994 5,916 0.03 -

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