In 2004 the party contested the European Parliamentary elections, obtaining 1,331 votes in Galicia (0.12%) (2,516 votes in Spain. In the Galician elections of 2005, they obtained 1,749 votes (0.1%). In 2005 the party mounted a campaign to eliminate symbolic vestiges of Francoist rule from Galicia, presenting these objects to the Xunta de Galicia. During some demonstrations associated with this campaign, Nós-UP party members were arrested. The current leader is Carlos Morais.