Democratic Party

  1. the older of two major political parties in the United States
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How To Use Democratic Party In A Sentence

  • We need to turf the Democratic party out.
  • Some cheered at the decision, but the president's decision is unpopular among some parties who priorly bid coalition with Yudhoyono's Democratic Party (Partai Demokrat - PD [id]). Global Voices in English » Indonesia: Central Bank Chief, the next VP?
  • These are excellent results for the Christian Democratic Party.
  • Willis also skips over the secular and leftist politics that led Catholic ethnics and working-class voters to take their distance from liberalism and the Democratic Party in 1972.
  • John Edwards today said that after watching his rivals slug it out last night, he's proud to represent what he's calling the grownup wing of the Democratic Party. CNN Transcript Jan 22, 2008
  • He is a stanch supporter of the Democratic Party.
  • This is particularly so since he is now putting himself forward as a candidate for national office as the champion of the progressive wing of the Democratic party.
  • They can be counted on to enthusiastically endorse any Democratic Party idea, regardless of how utterly void of common sense or careful forethought.
  • It now has to become a modern social democratic party which can win because of the popularity of its vision.
  • Sands, a local attorney and former state representative, has been the target of Democratic Party mailers and phone calls castigating him for his work defending criminals in court.
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