The Justice Party has a meeting via conference call for members of its National Steering Committee, on October 5, 2013, to discuss the party’s future. The party only polled 43,018 votes for President in 2012, and it is only ballot-qualified currently in Florida, Mississippi, and Vermont. However, it won two ballot access cases (in California and Vermont) and has a third pending in Hawaii.
The party had some publicity recently in Wyoming. This Star-Tribune story mentions that a Justice Party activist has moved to Wyoming and hopes to organize the party in that state.