The Union Party was a third political party in the 1930s in the United States of America which wanted to reform the New Deal of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
The party was founded in June 1936 by Charles Edward Coughlin, William Frederick Lemke, Gerald Lyman Kenneth Smith and Francis Everett Townsend. William Lemke was nominated to head its presidential ticket.
The Union Party became third in the November
elections of 1936 with 900,000 votes and no electoral votes. The party was dissolved in