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  1. The Democratic Party is one of two major contemporary political parties in the United States. Founded in 1828, it was predominantly built by Martin Van Buren , who assembled politicians in every state behind war hero Andrew Jackson , making it arguably the world's oldest active political party.

  2. The Democratic Party is one of the two major political parties of the United States political system and the oldest existing political party in the country. The Democratic party was founded in the 1830s and 1840s. [3] [4] [5] It is also the oldest active voter-based political party in the world.

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    Democrats, also sometimes called 'the left', 'liberals' or 'progressives' make up one of the two main political parties in the United States. A mostly Democratic state is sometimes called a 'blue state'. This comes from the party’s main color, which is blue, referring to a state supporting ‘blue’ candidates. Democrats believe in a strong government...

    Currently, the Democratic Party is identified by progressivism, liberalism, and left-wingpolicies. Not all Democrats believe in the same thing, but generally these are the things many Democrats support: 1. Progressive income tax. 2. Higher corporate taxes and recapturing income from overseas profits. 3. Spending on business, education, infrastructu...

    The symbol of the Democratic Party is the donkey. Since the election of 2000, the color bluehas become a symbol for Democrats. Historically, Thomas Jefferson, whom the party claims as its founder, has been often seen as symbols of the Democratic Party, particularly emphasized in the annual celebrations of Jefferson Day Dinners held since the days o...

    John Tyler (1841 – 1845) (A Democrat for most of his life, Tyler was elected as the Whig candidate for vice president, but allied with Democrats after assuming the presidency after William Henry Ha...
    Kamala Harris (California), Vice President and Senator from California
    John Kerry (Massachusetts), former Secretary of State, former Senator, former presidential nominee
    Patrick Leahy (Vermont), former President Pro Tempore, Senator, and Dean of the Senate
    Hillary Clinton (New York), former Secretary of State, former Senator, former First Lady, former presidential nominee
    Bernie Sanders, Senator from Vermont and 2016 presidential campaign
    Ronald Reagan (California), 40th President of the United States(1981–1989). Registered Democrat until 1962.
    Condoleezza Rice (Alabama), 66th United States Secretary of State(2005–2009). Registered Democrat until 1982.
    Rudy Giuliani (New York), 107th Mayor of New York City(1994–2001). Registered Democrat until 1975.
    Rick Perry (Texas), 14th United States Secretary of Energy (2017–2019), 47th Governor of Texas(2000–2015). Registered Democrat until 1989.
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  4. This is a list of official state and territorial party organizations of the United States Democratic Party .

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  5. Sep 18, 2023 · Democratic Party, one of the two major political parties, alongside the Republican Party, in the United States. The Democratic Party underwent a dramatic ideological change over its history, transforming from a pro-slavery party during the 19th century to the main American progressive party today.

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  6. President Joe Biden Former President Barack Obama Vice President Kamala Harris Senator Amy Klobuchar Senator Jon Ossoff Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi The Kennedy brothers, 35th U.S. President John F. Kennedy (right), Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy (left) and Senator Ted Kennedy (middle) in 1963

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