Republican & Democratic Parties

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All across the world there are major political parties fighting in each country in order to take control of their government. The United States of America is not an exception, as the Democratic and Republican parties compete against each other in every election in order to gain control of the US Government. These two political parties are the most popular and powerful in the US, there are very popular that other political parties have no chance on competing against these two in an election race. In order to win elections the parties need the vote of the people, the parties need for every gender to vote for them in order to have a chance in winning the election. Both parties need the vote of the men and woman, but these genders tend to vote differently. There has been different studies in which they state, that in some aspects of politics woman tend to vote differently than men. The two parties are different in many aspects but they are also similar in fact that they both need to vote of the woman and the men in order to win the election. In the next paper I will show the history of this two major political parties, and how women tend to vote differently than men.
.Once the United States were finally free from Great Britain they had to start shaping the government of their new nation. They formed the Articles of Confederation which was the first constitution that established laws in the thirteen colonies. However the Articles of Confederation lacked the exercise of powers in the states, each state was doing anything they pleased within their borders. The states started taxing each other for the goods that were being passed through their borders. Educated and wealthy individuals like Madison, Franklin and Hamilton were then in charg...

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..., weapons or security for that reason they tend to vote more towards them. Democratic parties usually talk about Obama Care, or the minority lacking to show interest about the white males and what they want, for that reason some men also tend to vote Republican in order to get back at the democratic party. Male voters tend to vote based in political ideology and where they live, there able to relate more towards the Republican which is the reason they tend to vote more for them rather than the Democratic party.

Works Cited

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