We Establish this United Monarchist Party of America (UMP) to advance and advocate for the establishment of an executive monarchy in the United States, promote the understanding and application of traditional monarchy and monarchism, dissolve the rigid stigma that has been set against monarchy, and assure and secure the survival of extant monarchies and dynasties.
All the States in the Union can have their own chapters which are subsidiary organizations of the overall UMP. The State Chapters are required to submit quarterly reports to the executive administration of the UMP on the 1st of April, the 1stof July, the 1st of October, and the 1st of January respectively. The first Quarterly report will be submitted at the beginning of the second full Quarter after establishment. There is only a required 3-person limit to starting a chapter, but a minimum of 25 members required to keep it active after the first 2 years of its existence and so on moving forward. Chapters are responsible for in-state administration and organization; in-state party outreach and promotion; in-state gatherings, celebrations, and formal functions. The State Chapters are allowed to have whatever administrative structure they choose, but if the overall chapter deems it necessary to change the structure they can with a no-confidence vote of a required 2/3 majority.
The Regional Chapters are larger subsidiary organizations within the UMP that oversee the development and progress of the various State chapters within their jurisdiction. Regional Chapters are responsible for ensuring each State chapter is directing its efforts most efficiently and that they be granted all resources or council necessary for them to obtain their full potential.
Atlantic & Lakes:
Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin.
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas.
Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming.
Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington.
Chief Executive Officer of the party. Responsible for party organization; for presiding over the executive cabinet consisting of the Chancellor, the Vice Chancellor, the Chief Minister, the Treasurer, the Chief Secretary, the Minister of Information, the Chief Lawyer, and the Chairman of the Second Constitutional Convention (SCC), etc.; for upholding the established and immutable principles, priorities, values, goals, and missions of the party; for presiding over party gatherings, celebrations, and formal functions; etc. The Chancellor is a nominative role, with each chancellor choosing their own successor, each chancellor can lead for as long or short as they choose, but the succession can be triggered early with a no-confidence vote of a required 3/4 majority.
Subordinate Executive Officer of the party. Carries out the Chancellor roles and functions when the chancellor is absent. Responsible for regional chapter organization; for dolling out regional and state chapter resources; for regional and state chapter efficiency and proficiency.
Head Administrative officer of the party and executive cabinet. Responsible for proper cabinet procedure; for organizing cabinet meetings; for ensuring that cabinet meetings adhere to a proper flow, yet that discussion or debate is not needlessly cut off; for the gathering of all appropriate and necessary information for each cabinet meeting and that each officer of the cabinet is adequately informed and prepared beforehand.
Head Financial officer of the party and executive cabinet. Responsible for ensuring sufficient party financial resources; for the proper and accurate logging of every transaction both in and out of the party and the flow of income both in and out; for maintaining a surplus of financial resources.
Head Clerical officer and record keeper of the party. Responsible for keeping the minuets during all executive meetings; for the accumulation and documentation of all relevant and necessary information about the various departments, Chapters, functions, transactions, and party members, etc.; for working closely with the Treasurer to record all financial transactions and information regarding our party.
Minister of Public Relations:
Head Promotional officer of the party. Responsible for the design, creation, production, and delivery of all materials used for PR and Outreach; for the production and oversight of relevant videos and interviews; for the creation of flyers, brochures, news sheets, and pamphlets; for the organization of public educational campaigns on the missions, goals, reasons, and purposes of the party.
Head Legal officer and advisor of the party and executive cabinet. Responsible for the necessary and specialized understanding of the law and legal language; for the promotion of the royalist understanding and interpretation of the Constitution; for the drafting of contracts and agreements between us and partnered or affiliated organizations when and if the need arises.
Head Historical officer and advisor of the party. Responsible for the accumulation, transcription/translation, understanding, and interpretation of necessary, relevant, and appropriate royalist documents and sources; for the accumulation and interpretation of the various royalist thinking’s and documents of the Founding Fathers; for the accumulation and interpretation of the various royalist documents and sources from the Founding Period of the US; for the accumulation and interpretation of royalist documents and sources in Western Civilization in general; for the distillation of relevant royalist history, in conjunction with the Minister of PR, to be delivered to the Public in an easily digestible and as succinct manner as possible.
Chairman of the Second Constitutional Convention:
Head Administrative and presiding officer of the SCC. Responsible for maintaining order, civil and appropriate conduct during the proceedings; for maintaining the overall organization and direction of the proceedings; for maintaining order during debate; for silencing debate, chatter, and discussion when votes are to be called; for the calling of the vote outcomes; for the calling forth of the Interregnum council when proceedings have been completed and all business has been debated and decided.
When this party has carried out a successful campaign to establish a monarchy of these United States, the Interregnum council called and deliberated, the candidate offered the Imperial and Royal dignity and position and having accepted, then this party and movement will have fulfilled its duty and will thus be dissolved in its current form and structure effective immediately upon the accession of said Imperial and Royal person and family. Thereafter, will it transfigure itself into the Kings Party, the official Royalist Party of these United States, to act as support in the legislature for the Monarchy and be a check against potential rival parties and destabilizing forces.
This future Kings Party will not maintain the administrative structure of this current Monarchist Movement and will instead adopt a more decentralized committee structure.
The Chancellor will be nominated by the federal committee members from among their ranks to be the presiding officer and speak on their whole behalf. The federal committee is an assembly of one member from each of the States of the Union who in turn have been elected by the committees of each of those States. The State committee members are an assembly for each State based on State populations, with a required 100,000 persons per each member. The State committees in turn, like the federal committee, can appoint a State Chancellor to be the presiding officer and speak on their whole behalf.