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Modern Whigs are citizen-legislators with a deep respect for the vocation of public service who clearly distinguish themselves from other parties in the following ways:
Whigs are the only party whose agenda includes fundamental political reforms without which nothing else will change;
Whigs are not interested in power, they are interested in governing;
Whigs do not argue about whether government should be “big” or “small”, but whether it is doing its job;
Whigs seek public office in order to solve problems and not in order to impose their ideological, religious or other views on their fellow citizens;
When solving problems, Whigs rely on fact instead of fiction, use reason instead of dogma, and judge solutions based on evidence instead of slogans;
Whigs do not accept undislcosed money from corporations, lobbyists, unions or special-interest groups, and limit themselves to public financing and individual donations;
Whigs practice what they preach: they do not say one thing when running for office and do another thing once they are in office;
Whigs are committed to an ethical approach to politics based on the principles of meritocracy and integrity, the cornerstones of the Whig Philosophy.