Liberal Democrat can refer to:
- Liberal Democrats, a UK political party
- Liberal Democratic Party (Australia), an Australian political party
- Liberal Democrats (Italy), an Italian political party
- Liberal Democratic Party (Japan), a Japanese political party
- Liberal Democrats (Sudan), a Sudanese political party
- A supporter of liberal democracy (constitutional democracy or constitutional liberalism)
- A liberal or progressive in the Democratic Party (United States)
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Famous quotes containing the words democrat and/or liberal:
“The democrat is a young conservative; the conservative is an old democrat. The aristocrat is the democrat ripe, and gone to seed,because both parties stand on the one ground of the supreme value of property, which one endeavors to get, and the other to keep.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Pull out a Monte Cristo at a dinner party and the political liberal turns into the nicotine fascist.”
—Martyn Harris (b. 1952)