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The Free Idaho Party, which was founded in 2015 to create an alternative political party, has now begun a process to change its name to the Free Democratic Party.
The party is still going to be called the Free Party, but the name is no longer part of the official platform, which is still being drafted.
The platform states that the Free Idaho party is “a democratic party that is based on economic, social, cultural and political freedom.”
However, the party’s platform says that the party “stands against any form of racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, or any other form of bigotry.”
The party has previously received criticism for its support of the white supremacist militia group the Blackwater Worldwide and the Republican Party of Idaho.
In February 2018, the Free Democrat Party issued a statement that said the Free Democrats “believe in a nation of free people.”
The statement said the party is committed to the rights of all people, regardless of their color, gender, religion, ethnicity, national origin, or sexual orientation.
The Free Democrats have received criticism from within their own party for their racist and xenophobic politics, but have also received criticism by members of the state party for embracing the “nationalist” rhetoric that has fueled the rise of far-right groups across the country.
The Free Democrats’ platform does not include any reference to “nationalism” or “white supremacy,” according to the Idaho Statesman.
The Idaho Free Democrats party has received criticism and criticism from the state of Idaho, but they remain one of the largest political parties in the state, according to Politifact.
The state party has not responded to a request for comment from Business Insider.