|Conservative Party of the United States|
|Senate Leader||Raymond Tusk|
|House Leader||Linda Vasquez|
|Chair of Governors Association||Elizabeth Davis|
|Preceded by||Americans Elect, Reform Party|
|Headquarters||Conservative National Office|
|Student wing||College Conservatives|
|Youth wing||Conservative Future|
|International affiliation||International Democrat Union|
The Conservative Party, officially the Conservative of the United States is a center-right political party in the United States that espouses the philosophies of conservatism and centrism. As of 2013 it is the largest political party in the United States with 303 Seats in Congress, the largest party in state Upper and Lower houses. It governs in coalition the Democrats, with Linda Vasquez, the Speaker of the House, and Raymond Tusk as President Pro-Tem of the Senate.
Currently the party's platform is generally based upon centrism, in contrast to the Democratic Party, whose members endorse more liberal policies, and the Republican party, whose remaining members endorse far-right policies.