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The Democratic Party Is The Party Of The People

- In today’s society it is important for the citizens to cast their votes for the reasons of it’s the people’s votes that matter. The people can make a change in the country. Choosing the political view that stand out most and seem the most affective helps in choosing what party to vote for. “The Democratic Party is the party that opened its arms. We opened them to every nationality, every creed. We opened them to the immigrants. The Democratic Party is the party of the people.” – Richard J. Daley....   [tags: Democratic Party, Barack Obama, Want]

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The Democratic Party And The Republican Party

- The United States, comprised of much political diversity, has only two major political parties, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. The Republican Party was founded by anti-slavery activists on March 20th, 1854, and is represented by its mascot, the elephant. Often referred to as the “Grand Old Party”, or GOP, Republicans favor customs that exude traditional Christian values with a platform based on American Conservatism. As a Christian myself, the values I share with Republican ideals are a main reason I side with the Republican Party....   [tags: Democratic Party, Republican Party, George W. Bush]

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The Democratic Party Of The United States

- The United States in the Twenty-first century was primarily a two-party system. Although more than two political parties exist, many American voters tend to side with one of the big two: the Democrats or the Republicans. Different than the view of the Democrats, the Republicans believe in individual rights and justice while the Democrats believe in a sturdy government with social and political changes to achieve progress. The Democratic party was founded in 1828 and for more than 200 years, the party has led the fight for civil rights, health care, Social Security, workers ' rights, and women 's rights....   [tags: George W. Bush, Democratic Party]

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Political Parties And The Democratic Party System

- 1. The two main political parties have each changed drastically over time. What are the historical origins of the Democratic Party. Of the Republican Party. What is a party system, and describe at least two party system that have formed over the course of American history. The term party system refers to the organizations, the balance of power and the institutional bases of the country. Though the Founding Fathers, particularly George Washington, warned the nation about becoming a two-party system, America has been a strong two party nation since the 1790s, when the Federalist competed against the Jeffersonian Republicans....   [tags: President of the United States, Democratic Party]

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Hillary Clinton : President For The Democratic Party

- Hillary Clinton is running to be president for the democratic party. But this is not her first time running for president. Hillary for president in 2008 and lost to Obama and then again in 2012 but shortly dropped out. Through these years Has gained many supporters being that she was also secretary of state and her husband Bill Clinton was also one of the United States presidents. Hillary will be a great president because she has a lot of political experience, especially because she is secretary of state....   [tags: Democratic Party, President of the United States]

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The Democratic Party : Hilary Clinton And Bernie Sanders

- A New Era in America It is the time of year again that Americans have to decide who they want as their new President. Some points voters need to have in consideration while thinking of electing a new President are issues that occur with immigration, education, and the economy. Those are a few issues a president has to deal with, in an everyday situation, as the president of our country. Here are a handful of Presidential Candidates running for office for the year 2016. For the Democratic Party: Hilary Clinton and Bernie Sanders....   [tags: President of the United States, Democratic Party]

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Barack Obama and the Democratic Party

- Most liberals have an overpowering, almost obsessive-compulsive drive to make everything line up, balance, and come out even. Obsessed with rearranging, realigning, and controlling the natural order of everything and everyone to fit the perfect liberal-progressive model, they quickly find disillusionment. Their cockamamie ideas meet with scorn and ridicule in the real world of reason and common sense. Frustrated by their inability to manipulate the behavior of others, yet with the uncontrollable fixation to make everything “right,” liberals learned long ago to harness the power of government....   [tags: Politics]

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Participation Of The Democratic Party

- participation in America. We will hasten family reunification for parents and children, husbands and wives, and offer more English-language and civic education classes so immigrants can assume all the rights and responsibilities of citizenship” (Wu, 2013). The Democratic Party agrees with the significance of this increasing diversity. They agree that recent immigration patterns are not substantially different from what has happened throughout American history. They maintain that most recent immigrants, like their ancestors, enrich the nation’s economy, culture, and educational institutions....   [tags: United States, President of the United States]

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President Of The Democratic Party

- Prior to taking this course, I had moderate fascination for politics and issues involving the government in our society today. Politics is described as “the struggle over power of influence within organizations or informal groups that can grant benefits or privileges” (Citation). While I was somewhat interested in reading the news and paying attention to presidential elections, I did not necessarily care for other “less significant” elections involving Congress members and proceeded on with daily life while being ignorant of what was going on around me....   [tags: United States Congress]

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The Jacksonian Democratic Party

- When George Henry Evans cited the unalienable rights of the Declaration of Independence and that, “’to secure these rights’ against the undue influence of other classes of society, prudence… dictates the necessity of the organization of a party, who shall…prevent dangerous combinations to subvert these indefeasible and fundamental privileges”, he called for a party to become the sentinel of the original American democracy. And for many, the Jacksonian Democratic Party filled that role. The Democrats, who pursued a democracy that entailed economic and social independence for the common citizen, faced harsh opposition from the Whig Party in the Second American Party System....   [tags: Jacksonian Democracy]

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The Democratic And Republican Gatherings

- Despite the fact that the Democratic and Republican gatherings in the United States presently appear to be to a great degree polarized, they didn 't begin that way. Truth be told, these two gatherings started as one, single party. This party was known as the Democratic-Republican Party, and it was sorted out by James Madison and Thomas Jefferson in 1791.Although the Democratic and Republican gatherings in the United States presently appear to be to a great degree polarized, they didn 't begin that way....   [tags: Democratic-Republican Party, Democratic Party]

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The Republican Party Leadership And The Democratic Party

- The Republican Party leadership was extremely effective in having their interests heard, but also in recognizing key opportunities where compromises could be made to pass legislation which represents the interests of both parties. A key example of this is in regards to Bill 111, which involves paid family leave. Paid family leave was a major item on President Millworth’s policy agenda, and in one of his first press conferences he reiterated that the Democratic Party would be willing to compromise on this bill in order for it to be passed....   [tags: United States House of Representatives]

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People’s Democratic Party

- The dream of the founding fathers of any political party in the world is for their members to share the same vision with them, to follow their footsteps, and to preserve their enduring legacies. These are naturally what the successive members of the party are supposed to uphold especially when the vision and legacies meet the challenges of their time. But when the reverse is the case as a result of unexpected changes in the political equation, immediate changes must be effected in the party to avert colossal defeat during elections....   [tags: Government]

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Democratic Election : The Presidential Election

- Though there are five Democratic candidates officially running in the Presidential primaries, two of the candidates consistently come out on top of the Democratic polls, no matter whether the polls numbers come from a specific state poll or a national poll: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. It seems highly likely that one of these two candidates will be the Democratic nominee in the general election in November 2016. Therefore it is essential to understand their backgrounds, their policies, and their funding sources in order to make a decision about which would be the better candidate to oppose whichever Republican candidate is selected to run in the general election....   [tags: Democratic Party, Barack Obama]

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Canada´s New Democratic Party

- ... The NDP promises to invest in the production of cars with low emission rates and develop mandatory vehicle emission standards that must be followed in Canada. This will reduce the amount of carbon dioxide omitted from cars, which is a big source of pollution in the world. If the vehicle emission standards are mandatory, people will be forced to follow the standards and will have no choice, therefore resulting in less greenhouse gases going into the air. Their plan is to also implement a National Water Strategy to keep the quality and the amount of freshwater in Canada high so that we don't waste it, and instead we preserve it....   [tags: Politics, Economy, Healthcare]

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Democratic Opinion On Democratic Party Of America

- Democratic Socialism: Facebook Aides in Dividing the Nation Kelsey O’Callaghan Introduction For this study, I chose to evaluate and observe the Facebook page, “Democratic Socialists of America”. Before analyzing the wall posts and discussion topics in the group, I formulated the hypothesis that many of the posts would include slanderous comments and remarks towards the Democratic Socialists, but many would also include undying support and defense for the group. In the midst of the current political situation, most Americans have an opinion on whom they believe should be our next President – and they are not afraid to express their thoughts....   [tags: Socialism, Communism, Social democracy]

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The Federalist Party Is The Best Choice Over The Democratic Party

- The Federalist Party is the best choice over the Democratic – Republican Party. However; there are many flaws in the Federalist Party being the elite aristocrats, but every citizen desires for a strong united nation. Among our primary aims, national cohesiveness and unity lies at the core of the Federalist Party values. The above aims can only be achieved if a fiscal sound and nationalistic government is developed. Through it, the rule of law by the constitution is achieved. On the other hand, a nation cannot take pride in itself if it is unable to support itself economically....   [tags: Democracy, United States, Economics, Economy]

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A Political Party For Public Office

- Interest groups are defined as an organization that persuades elected officials to enact legislation favorable to its causes. For example, Animal rights groups such as People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and environmental interest groups such as GREENPEACE usually organize as PUBLIC-INTEREST GROUPS. These groups claim to work for the best interest of the public (“Interest Groups”). A political party may be defined as a group of voters organized to support certain public policies. The aim of a political party is to elect officials or candidates who will try to act upon the party 's policies....   [tags: Political party, Democracy, Democratic Party]

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No Party Affiliation For District 9 As A Council Member

- Georgette Gomez is running for district 9 as a council member. Although, there are no party affiliation for districts. She advocates herself as a Democrat. She is running up agains Flores Ricardo who also claims to be a democrat. Luckily, I have been assign to Georgette Gomez who is the only one supported by the Democratic Party. According the San Diego County Democratic Party website, their official candidate for presidency is Hillary Clinton. It also checked out Georgette Gomez under San Diego City Council for district 9(Official Democratic Voter Guide)....   [tags: Democracy, Democratic Party]

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The Debate Of President Barrack Obama And The Democratic Party

- I believe President Barrack Obama and the political parties including the Republican, Democratic Party, and the Libertarian Parties wants to protect the second amendments. The right of the people to keep and bear arms. The recent shooting that took 14 lives in San Bernardino, California would have not been protected by Senator Diane Feinstein (D) amendment to prevent individuals on the terror watch list from purchasing firearms and Senator Joe Manchin (D) amendment to impose universal background check and universal gun registries on law abiding citizens....   [tags: Firearm, Gun politics in the United States]

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Student Democratic Party Platform

- Preamble As we look back upon the 20th Century we see the birth of American prominence. The century is marked with glorious American achievements ranging from the birth of the Space Age to the development of the Information Age. Now, as we venture through the new millennium, the potential of further American prosperity is enormous. At times this journey will be a perilous quest, but with valiant leadership this nation shall flourish. Only the Democratic Party is prepared to guide America towards this future....   [tags: Political Science Politics Essays]

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America 's Transition From A Democratic Country

- The South 's transition from a solidly Democratic region to one that is today largely recognized as solidly Republican lasted from 1948 to the 1960s. The main reason for the switch in political parties is because of racism. This response paper will explain how Jimmy Carter won the southern states and a few years later George H. W. Bush, although affiliated with a different party, won over the same states as well. The Democrats were progressive, meaning that they believed that federal government was responsible....   [tags: Democratic Party, President of the United States]

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The Political Appeal Of Democratic Parties

- Republican and Democratic parties both make different yet strategic appeals to various groups, including young people, women, and other minorities. Both parties reach out to these groups in hopes of gaining their support and loyalty. I have chosen to talk about the political appeal of each party to women. In America, we still see a large disconnect and differences in numbers when comparing men and women. For example, women are only paid about 77 cents of every dollar a man makes. (Berman, 2014, p.1)....   [tags: Democracy, Democratic Party, George W. Bush]

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The Main Aspects Of A Political Party Organization

- As political parties adapt to the norms or beliefs of the society the parties’ definition changes along with this adaptation. Firstly, the three aspects of a political party organization, party in government and party in the electorate. Party organization is the parties’ leaders and professionals who give their time, money and skills to their specific party. They are the ones who run the party at the national, state and local levels. Volunteers for the party are under this. The leaders of the party organization would be Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus and Democratic National Committee Chairman Donna Brazil....   [tags: Democratic Party, President of the United States]

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The Democratic And Republican Parties

- Democrats and Republicans have been around since the United States’ foundation. They both have several beliefs, and often oppose each other. Republicans believe at their very core people should be able to choose their own destiny. Individuals should be able to find their own place in society, and be able to take care of themselves, and prosper. By focusing on the individual, they limit government and try to keep federal power close to the people. Democrats believe that the government has an obligation to help individuals and make equal opportunities for all, no matter race, gender, age, or disability....   [tags: Democratic Party, Barack Obama, George W. Bush]

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Campaign Party: The Democratic Alliance

- Campaign Party: The Democratic Alliance   1. Introduction to the DA 2. Initiating the campaign 2.1. Charter 2.2. Project Statement 3. Planning the Campaign 3.1. Project Description 3.2. Project Goals and Objectives 3.3. Scope 4. Execution of the Campaign 4.1. Execution Strategy 4.2. Project Organisation 4. 3. Project Facilities and Resources 4.4 Project Stakeholders 5. References   1. Introduction: The Democratic Alliance (DA) is a South African political party that’s roots lie in the anti-apartheid movement of the 1970’s, at this time it was known as the Progressive Party, it renamed its self the Democratic alliance in the 1990’s....   [tags: campaign, planning, alliance, voters]

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The Political Campaign : The Republican Party And Donald Trump

- The political campaign has dominated modern media. From bumper stickers and pins on bags to commercials and billboards, it seems like everywhere you look there is a presidential candidate asking for your vote in one form or another. Rallies draw in crowds of thousands of people and manage to shut down part of a city. The media has been consistently offering full coverage on everything a candidate does. Even a candidate 's Twitter feed is fast tracked onto prime time television news. At this point in the election candidates are fighting to be the nominee for their political party....   [tags: Voting, Democracy, Democratic Party, Elections]

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The Democratic Party is Out of Touch with America

- The Democratic Party is Out of Touch with America Major realignments have taken place in American political history. After the Great Depression, the Democratic Party gained significant amounts of political clout. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) won the Presidency right after the onset of the depression, and his party gained significant amount of seats in both houses of Congress. The primary reason for the Democratic emergence into the dominant political party of the time was FDR’s New Deal, which created many jobs for individuals who were without....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Party Influence on Democratic Elections

- According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, “democracy is a government by the people.” Merriam additionally specifies democracy as the “rule of the majority.” In government, this definition may be a contradiction. A classic democratic state is defined as a government in which the supreme power is invested in the people which is exercised directly or indirectly through the use of elections. However, according to the definition of Merriam-Webster the power comes from the masses. In the parliamentary democracy of the United Kingdom and Sweden either theory may be applied....   [tags: Political Science]

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Exploring Whether or Not the Split of the Democratic Party in 1860 was Responsible for the Election of Lincoln

- There has always been discourse between the political parties of America, and though this is common, a fight within the party can be devastating, and this dispute can lead to a lack of progression in the house. This can also lead to the loss of the house itself. During the election of 1860, a split between the Democratic party supposedly resulted in the election of Abraham Lincoln. Or so many people claim. Did the split of the Democratic party in 1860 actually lead to the election of Lincoln. In the election of 1860 there were four candidates running; Abraham Lincoln, Stephen A....   [tags: american history]

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The 2005 General Election Campaign and the Democratic Party

- The 2005 General Election Campaign and the Democratic Party The 2005 general election campaign has been a defective democratic event in many ways. Yet beneath the surface there has echoed a national conversation of passion and seriousness. Thoughtful people have debated for months with families, friends and colleagues - and with themselves - about how to vote in this contest. Much of the electorate is still undecided....   [tags: Papers]

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The Rebirth Of The American Left

- 1. The rebirth of the American left As someone who was raised by two ultra-leftists, I was shocked as I watched young people flock to the Bernie Sanders campaign in droves. Sanders was sharing his beliefs in many of the same principles that my parents instilled in me, yet I had never met many other young people who felt the same way. All of a sudden, a movement built on this way of thinking blossomed seemingly out of nowhere. Many people I know worshipped Bernie during the primaries as though they had never heard of progressive politics or socialism before (you could 've just asked me, bro)....   [tags: Democratic Party, Republican Party]

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Political Cartoons : An Effective Propaganda

- Political cartoons, to be successful, must have a mix of truth and comedy as that is thought of when one says political cartoon. Reality is many times funnier than fiction if one can appreciate the level of ridiculous bias the various political factions in the world, but more specifically america. For example the republicans hated wikileaks during the bush administration but now the sides have flipped and it is the democrats that hate wikileaks, though the higher up democrats like diane feinstein actually did agree with the republicans back then as well....   [tags: Democratic Party, Republican Party]

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Differences Between Democrats And Republicans

- It seems that today the party lines are deeper than ever and there is becoming a more pronounced gap between those who identify as Democrats and Republicans. While there may be some truth to this, the facts behind it are not as black and white as one might expect. Several trending factors play into party affiliation. For instance, Americans who have a higher income are more likely to identify as Republican than Democratic by a margin of as much as 11%. Men are also more inclined to favor the Republican Party than women are, who support Democrats 13% more than the GOP....   [tags: Democratic Party, Republican Party]

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Ukraine : A Democratic Republic With A Multi Party System

- The Ukraine is a Semi presidential, representative democratic republic with a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the Prime Minister and Cabinet. Legislative power is vested in the parliament (Verkhovna Rada). The Ukraine’s government is fairly new. Ukraine has only been independent for twenty-four years, the constitution is under twenty years old parts of it still haven’t been fully implemented and has been amended and overturned. The Ukraine government format is slightly different than most western democracies....   [tags: Prime minister, Presidential system]

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Friedrich Ebert: A Polarizing Figure in German History

- ... The Social Democratic Party owned over 90 newspapers, had a network of social and sports clubs, expanded women’s and youth programs, and established a school in Berlin to educate party and trade union officials. Ebert and the SPD learned an important lesson in 1907 that would forever change the party and showed Ebert’s dedication to moderate socialism and Germany’s well-being. In the years prior to 1907 Kaiser Wilhelm II had instituted a series of ambitious military reforms to bolster Germany’s army and navy....   [tags: leaders of the social democratic party]

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The Importance Of Passing Bill 5243 By Representative Harold Rogers

- H.R. 5243 was introduced on May 26th, 2016 by Representative Harold Rogers, a Republican. There are also several co-sponsors associated mostly with the Republican Party. This bill provides a $170 million budget for Zika research, and the preparations and steps to prevent Zika, as well as advancements in medical science and vaccines for this specific disease. This bill passed the House on May 18th, 2016 and has get to go to the Senate for consideration. It has taken Congress an exceedingly long amount of time to agree on a funding budget for Zika, with both parties blocking the bills that have been proposed by the other party....   [tags: Democratic Party, Barack Obama]

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Factors That Affect A Person 's Voting Choice

- There are multiple factors that determines how a person votes. How a person identifies themselves with a particular party, the level of loyalty to that party, and the willingness to vote in both presidential and congressional elections is a way to determine how a person may vote. The book does state that even though election outcomes and “despite the demonstrated capacity of American voters for highly selective and differentiated support for candidates offered them by the political parties, most voters have a basic and stable loyalty to one party or the other.”(69) That party loyalty determines which candidate a person’s going to vote for in local and general elections, but this determinate...   [tags: Elections, Election, Democratic Party]

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A Divisive Primary Season And Bitter Personality Politics

- A divisive primary season and bitter personality politics are driving away young voters from both major party candidates, experts say. Traditionally, young voters have served a vital role in political campaigns as activists for major candidates, going door to door or making phone calls to garner support for their party’s pick. In 2016, however, an extraordinarily vicious primary fight for both parties has dissuaded many millennials from participating actively according to experts. “The infighting in the democratic party hit millennial democrats the hardest,” Gabrielle Bosche, The Millennial Entrepreneur , said....   [tags: Elections, Voting, Democratic Party]

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The Election Of 2016 Approaches The United States

- Voting, a chance for citizens to use their voice, assuring our liberties and freedom. It goes back to the year 1789 when George Washington was elected the first president of the United States and travels down to our most historic first African American president Barack Obama in the year 2008. As the election of 2016 approaches the United States introduces two fine candidates: Hillary Clinton for the Democratic party and Donald Trump for the Republican party. Both candidates will create yet again another historic landmark providing Clinton become the first female president and Trump become the first indiscreet president to express his moral values....   [tags: Barack Obama, Democratic Party]

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President Carter Was Ousted From Office

- Superdelegates were first implemented by the Democratic Party in 1982, shortly after President Carter was ousted from office. They were conceived in the hopes of aligning grassroots efforts within the party with the party’s establishment (Taibbi, 2008), and having been in effect for over three decades it has become abundantly clear that they are indeed a necessity for cohesion within the party, as well as for democracy as a whole. Superdelegates serve a number of fundamental purposes in the political process; unpledged delegates ensure that a presidential nominee will adequately reflect their party’s values, ideologies, and overall image; they give their party’s convention a definitive voice...   [tags: Elections, Voting, Democratic Party]

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Analysis Of Adam B. Schiff

- Adam B. Schiff is a member of the Democratic Party who currently is my United States Congress representative. He represents the 28th Congressional district of California, which includes some parts of the Los Angeles district, as well as Glendale, and parts of Burbank and Pasadena. His goals aims at improving the economy of the state of California, along with providing and improvement in national security, small business, education, safety, and health. These are all issues in accord with President Barrack Obama’s political organization’s goals....   [tags: Democratic Party, Barack Obama]

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Presidential Election Votes So Unstable?

- Why are the Presidential Election votes so unstable. Well several may say, “People may not care” or “All of the people not registered to vote”. While somewhat of that is true, but also gender and race has a lot to do with this problem. As a separate appose to race and gender, both equally have a part played within the election itself. Because voting counts are differed by gender, the presidential race and gender is best as a whole because its main concern is to reversed to create a better and stable diversity for presidential election....   [tags: Barack Obama, Democratic Party]

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The First Lady Of Arkansas

- Hillary Clinton, the leading lady in the democratic polls as of right now, has served as the First Lady of Arkansas, a New York senator, Secretary of State, First Lady of the United States, practicing lawyer and law professor, activist, and motivational speaker. Most well known for her marriage to the impeccable Mr. Bill Clinton, Hillary has spent the last couple of decades or so trying to overshadow her husband’s scandalous presidency and rebuild the Clinton name and brand. She was on the right path to do so until she went against President Obama in 2008....   [tags: Barack Obama, Democratic Party]

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The Democratic National Party vs. the Republican National Party

- Since the beginning of American politics, we have lived in a two party political system. These two parties play a very important role in our government, they are a source of ideas for public policy, and they legally oppose each other (class citation), forcing compromises of ideas which are beneficial to the people of the United States of America. Though these two parties generally always oppose each other on the issues, some people believe that there are not significant differences between the Democratic National Party and the Republican National Party....   [tags: Political Essays]

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Differences Between the Republican National Party and the Democratic National Party

- Differences Between the Republican National Party and the Democratic National Party Since the beginning of American politics, we have lived in a two party political system. These two parties play a very important role in our government, they are a source of ideas for public policy, and they legally oppose each other, forcing compromises of ideas that are beneficial to the people of the United States of America. Though these two parties generally always oppose each other on the issues, some people believe that there are not significant differences between the Democratic National Party and the Republican National Party....   [tags: Politics Political Science]

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The Issue Of The Drug War

- Obama has displayed a determination to not take any strong action at the executive level regarding the drug war. He has even mocked the idea publicly. For example, at a time when the economy was nose diving (663,000 Americans lost their jobs that month), the most popular issue from a Presidential town hall meeting on March 26, 2009 was whether the President believed that legalizing marijuana would have positive economic potential. Obama chuckled at even considering the idea and stated, “I don’t know what this says about the online audience.” Likewise, most of the audience in attendance mindlessly laughed along with him....   [tags: Republican Party, Democratic Party, Libertarianism]

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The Fear Of The Democrats And Presents A Solution

- Three weeks ago, Trump’s title elevated from GOP candidate to president-elect. Following this revelation, protests erupted and injured countless civilians and law enforcers. Even high schoolers, trapped in the wrong place at the wrong time, have been tear gassed and endangered through the protests. Yet, these protests determine nothing: on January 20th, Donald Trump will still become president. While hatred continues to simmer below the surface, protesters slowly realize that their street performances cannot ensure a better future, only a violent present....   [tags: President of the United States, Democratic Party]

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The Leader Of The Free World And Commander

- o Based on speeches and detailed facts that I have reviewed regarding to Hillary Clinton, I believe that she is the most prepared to be the leader of the free world and commander-in-chief as President of the United States. Hillary Clinton is well educated and prepared to take on what’s next in her life’s journey. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Wellesley College in 1969 and then furthered her education at Yale University where she received her Doctor of Law degree in 1973. Hillary Clinton has political experience from being Frist Lady of State of Arkansas in 1979-1981 and in 1983-1993....   [tags: President of the United States, Democratic Party]

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The Importance Of Commercial Business And Agricultural Importance

- Initially, our party caucus began with an introduction of each of the representatives. For each representative we discussed various aspects such as the importance of commercial business and agricultural importance. We also discussed various aspects such as the importance of religion in our districts. Finally, for our introductions we also discussed important aspects to which we have to make sure we please in our districts. For example, for me it was pro business, as I had the Wal-Mart corporate headquarters in my district....   [tags: Democratic Party, President of the United States]

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Gerald Pomper : A Political Scientist Recognized For His Contributions

- Pomper in 2016 Gerald Pomper is a political scientist recognized for his contributions in classifying political elections. Pomper categorizes elections into four basic categories: maintaining, converting, deviating, and realigning. Elections are categorized based on the victory or defeat of the majority party, and the continuity or change in the voter base. In a maintaining election, the majority party wins because of the consistency of its voter base. When the majority party wins despite a change in partisan commitments, it is considered a converting election....   [tags: Election, Voting, Elections, Democratic Party]

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The United States Intelligence Community And The Politics Of The Country

- The United States intelligence community and the politics of the country have not always had a stable relationship. Mainly because ideologies are always changing just like the intelligence community and therefor it is hard for both sides to see eye to eye on an ever-changing landscape. George Washington was known for being against the party system, obviously that did not last long after the Alexander Hamilton’s Federalists party, which began in 1791. One thing president Washington was a genius for was also the formation of our own intelligence community, so the begging of intelligence and political ideologies start around the same time....   [tags: George W. Bush, Democratic Party]

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Government Spending Should Be Increased On War

- A Democrat and Republic are parties that take the views of the American in the United States. However, the party that I support would be Democratic party. The reason I choose the left side of the ideology because government spending should be decreased on war, gay marriage should be supported, and the government should be based on a liberalistic economy. If I had to vote for a president, I would definitely go for Bernie Sanders because he and I share common interests on the economy. The Republican Party has some good ideas but I still would choose the Democratic side....   [tags: President of the United States, Democratic Party]

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Global Climate Change Is Not A Result Of Human Activity

- As the congressional liaison, advice was needed to be provided as to what course the task force needs to take in order to address the issue of global climate change. Several different factors needed to be examined in order to provide the best advice for the task force. Factors such as what type of government currently exist and what sorts of implications that would bring to address the issue in the best way possible. Furthermore, what position each party has on global climate change, is another factor to examine....   [tags: President of the United States, Democratic Party]

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Barack Hussein Obama The President Of The United States

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`` It 's Masculinity Stupid : An Interview With Jackson Katz On The Throwback Allure Of Donald Trump

- Most Stressful Month Kat’z argument clearly states that Donald Trump is trying to get white males to vote for him in this presidential election in his interview of “It’s Masculinity Stupid: An Interview with Jackson Katz on the Throwback Allure of Donald Trump”. Katz begins his interview with a percentage which states “The only way Trump can win is if he captures something like 70% of the white male vote, a historic record. That’s why his campaign’s central strategy is to go after white male” (1)....   [tags: President of the United States, Democratic Party]

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Republicans Are More Qualified For The President Of The United States

- Republicans are more qualified to be the president of the United States. They tend to know more about politics, have stronger moral standards, and stand firm on tough issues. GOP members are better informed, more intellectually consistent, and more open minded. Republicans know more about politics like surveys and also have higher levels of education. GOP members are better informed, more intellectually consistent, and more open minded to how a successful government should be run. A great democracy has an economy that is founded on a free market system....   [tags: Barack Obama, Democratic Party]

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The Politics Of The United States

- We are currently in the middle of what may very well be the strangest election cycle encountered since the inception of the United States. On one end is the polarizing Donald Trump, and on the other is the dark horse candidate Bernie Sanders, who has risen rapidly to challenge the democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton. This unprecedented political climate has served to foment a number of questions regarding the fairness and validity of our current system for nominating and electing government officials....   [tags: Elections, Election, Democratic Party, Voting]

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The Presidential Election Matter Is Abortion

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Trump Should Be President And Here 's Why

- Trump should be president and here’s why: Audience: Republican party members that are against Trump or generally uninformed voters. What makes someone a good candidate for president. Someone that can “Make America great again” which brings me to my candidate, Trump. Donald Trump is more of a business man than a presidential candidate, but we could use the business aspect in running our country today. He believes in fixing a lot of our major issues that we have as a country one of them being our overall financial debt....   [tags: Democratic Party, President of the United States]

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My Campaign For The United States Congress

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Bill Clinton : The Political Scale Of Government

- As the political scale of government has changed since 1981, Americans and Government leaders are creating ideas on how to get the United States back on track and “Back to Work”. Bill Clinton was inspired to write this book to the American people to inform them on what is going on in America and his thoughts on how to fix our nation. He has taken many stands throughout the book where he is in favor of many Democratic decisions but desires to do away with some of his parties ideas on issues, although for the most part he is not a strong supporter of the republican party throughout the book but looks to compromise to see a equilibrium ground between the two parties....   [tags: Barack Obama, Democratic Party]

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Ben Carson Is Not Just Another Presidential Candidate

- Ben Carson is not just another Presidential candidate, Carson is different. One might ask well, why is Ben Carson so different than the other candidates. He is different because he has absolutely no political background, with no political background, he has the possibility to restore America and bring back hope. Ben Carson was born in Detroit, Michigan on September 18, 1951. He did not do well in school until his mother Sonya started to make him read 2 books a week and minimized the amount of television he watched....   [tags: Democratic Party, President of the United States]

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Congressional Committee Simulation: Manipulation and Play in Political Discussion.

- The simulation of a Congressional committee in class could arguably be called a success. One might ask why the “arguably” adjective is included, and it is for a very simple reason. While most of the students took the assignment seriously, a significant number did not really attempt to do the necessary work required of their role in it. This can be due to a fundamental misunderstanding of the exercise. It is important to know that while it can be inferred that this is a statement about the failure, this essay aims to explore the opposite....   [tags: democratic party, state government, roles]

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Analysis Of Trump 's ' Trump Triumphs '

- he topic that I chose was “Trump Triumphs.” I chose this topic because Trump was just elected president two days ago and there are a lot of mixed reactions and feelings towards the new president. Due to all of these mixed feelings toward Trump, I wanted to look into articles that talked about his victory from the three different sides. The liberal biased article, the left side, is going to be unhappy with the result of Trump being president because they usually support Democrats. While the conservative biased article, the right side, is going to be happy with the results because the conservatives support Republicans....   [tags: Barack Obama, Democratic Party]

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Barack Obam The President Of The United States

- On the night of November 8, people across the country waited with baited breath to learn who they had elected as the 44th President of the United States. Going into the night, many were confident that Democrat Nominee Hillary Clinton had the election locked down, but as the votes poured in, the race for 270 electoral votes grew closer and closer. States that should have gone to Clinton were suddenly changing hands towards the Republican Nominee, Donald Trump. Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan to name a few, were surprisingly shifted from the dark blues of the prediction maps, to being called as red states, giving Trump unplanned for victories....   [tags: President of the United States, Democratic Party]

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The Political Parties Of The United States

- The United States of America has two political parties, Democrats and Republicans. The parties were created back in the 1800s and have become their own.The parties are both part of the American government, but they do not believe the same way. The differences in the parties are their beliefs in social issues. The disagreement between the two have been around since they were created. Although the political parties do not agree on social issues, they both want what is best for citizens in the United States....   [tags: Democratic Party, President of the United States]

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The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act

- The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, often shortened to the Affordable Care Act, ACA, or Obamacare, was a hard fought victory for the Obama administration. It was an unpredictable battle for a supermajority in the Senate which included a switch in party alliances, new congressional seats and a death in the Senate. But through well-executed leadership, like Harry Reid 's ability to unite all sixty members of the democratic caucus, and Nanci Pelosi 's push for legislation, the Democrats were able to pass a party-line vote without bi-partisan support....   [tags: United States Senate, Democratic Party]

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John F. Kennedy: A Legacy Never Forgotten

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Political Parties During The Great Depression

- Did you know that in our country, for several years’ people who call themselves Donkeys and Elephants, or Democrats and Republicans, have been fighting for several years. They are both political parties whom try to control the government through winning elections and talking bad about the other. They both have their flaws however the Democrats are better for our country because of, economical issues, who they represent, and on social issues. First off, economics are very important to our country, and need to be in good standings or else our country eventually will not be able to function....   [tags: Democratic Party, President of the United States]

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John F. Kennedy 's Inaugural Address

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The Deadline For Fund The Government

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Barack Obama 's President Obama

- I know this is a harsh indictment of the Democratic Party coming from a former member, but it’s a much-needed criticism. I think I earned the right after participating in so many democratic campaigns for the President, Congress, and Senate. I volunteer my time and also made many donations over the years. I just decided not to volunteer for this one since I saw this one coming from miles away. There are NO excuses for the Democratic Party to let Hillary Clinton lead them to one of the worse defeat in history and to tarnish President Obama’s Legacy....   [tags: President of the United States, Democratic Party]

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The Presidential And Congressional Elections

- UPCOMING PRESIDENTIAL AND CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS The upcoming elections of 2016 are a much debated subject and on high stakes because of the possible Democratic takeover of the White House and the Senate, which could result in more liberal policies being enacted. The election of the President is a bid between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, both who face large controversy. The change is Senate lies on the races for a few states, some who are in favor of being changed to Democratic while others are on a seesaw for both....   [tags: Democratic Party, President of the United States]

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Gender And Policy For Women

- In Women in the Club: Gender and Policy Making in the Senate, Michele Swers argues that because of gender differences in life experiences, women elected to the U.S. Senate are more likely than men to push for policies and vote in ways favoring a women’s issues. Although senators are policy generalists and all senators have proposals on women’s issues as part of their policy agenda, Swers argues that gender still influences the content of those policy initiatives (Swers 31). Swers provides evidence showing women are more committed to pursuing policies related to women, children, and families, however, women in the Democratic party are often more active than women in the Republican party due t...   [tags: United States Senate, Democratic Party]

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Big Money : A Summary

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Ted Cruz : A Strong Candidate

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The United States Presidential Election

- The United States presidential election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2016. It will be the 58th U.S. presidential election. The battle between the Democrats and the Republicans has always been extremely strong, and as of now, there are only five people running for the position of the President of the United States. These Republicans include Donald Trump, a billionaire businessman; Ted Cruz, a senator of Texas; and John Kasich, the governor of the great state of Ohio…where they have a $2 billion dollar surplus....   [tags: Barack Obama, Democratic Party]

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Barack Obama Leadership : A Progressive, Positive Future For Our Country

- There has been 14. 8 million jobs since private-sector job growth and two million people now have insurance. The democrats believes being under President Obama leadership, americans has gone through a Great Recession and they believed that the Republicans caused it. Democrats believe that the economy that works for everyone, growing income in healthy-paying jobs wand an increase in wages. When the meeting first began, A spoke about the progressive road that the Democrats has allowed the people of America to receive....   [tags: Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Republican Party]

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Japanese Politics and Political Parties

- Introduction Japanese politics until 1994 has always been characterised by a single party dominance; this party is the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP). The LDP ruled the country for more than three decades, it in fact stayed in power from 1955 to 1994. With the defeat of LDP in 1994 and the creation of a new electoral reform the stale Japanese political situation, characterised by a confused voting system and by a weak central body was reshaped and most of its typical element's functions were changed....   [tags: liberal democratic party, Japanese communist party]

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