Keep It Straight and Simple Party

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Keep It Straight and Simple Party
Abbreviation KISS Party
Leader Claire C. Gaisford
Founded February 1994 (1994-02)
Headquarters Heidelberg, Gauteng
Ideology Classical liberalism
Website
www.kissparty.co.za

The Keep It Straight and Simple Party (known simply as the KISS Party) is a minor South African classical liberal political party. It was founded by Claire C. Gaisford 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 resurfaced in the April 14, 2004 elections. [1]

Electoral Performance[edit]

The party has consistently placed very low in elections.

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

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mungai, Christine (9 December 2014). "KISS, Woodcutters Rally; meet Africa's fringe and eccentric political parties". Mail and Guardian. Retrieved 16 June 2016.