Republican

Republican can refer to:

  • An advocate of a republic, a form of government that is not a monarchy or dictatorship, and is generally associated with the rule of law
    • Republicanism, the ideology in support of republics or against monarchy; the opposite of monarchism
      • Republicanism in Australia
      • Republicanism in Canada
      • Republicanism in New Zealand
      • Republicanism in the United Kingdom
    • Classical republicanism, republicanism as formulated in the Renaissance
  • A member of a Republican Party:
    • List of Republican Parties, a complete listing
    • Republican Party (United States), a conservative party in the U.S.
    • Fianna Fáil, a centrist Irish party also known as the Republican Party
    • List of Republican People's Parties, a complete listing
  • Institutions or supporters of particular governments that called themselves republics, including:
    • List of republics, a complete listing
    • Roman Republic, as well as supporters of the Republic during the Roman Empire
    • Second Spanish Republic, during the Spanish Civil War, as well as its supporters
    • Various French Republics, most notably the First Republic established during the French Revolution and the Second Republic, the first post-Revolution republic in France.
    • Irish republicanism, a faction in the Irish independence movement supportive of a complete break with the United Kingdom
  • Republican City, Nebraska, a village in Nebraska, United States
  • Republican River, a river in Colorado, Nebraska, and Kansas in the United States
  • The Republican (Springfield), a newspaper published in Springfield, Massachusetts
  • The Woodville Republican, a weekly newspaper published in Woodville, Mississippi

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Grand Traverse County, Michigan - Politics
... Grand Traverse County predominantly supports the Republican Party, particularly at the federal level ... In the 2008 presidential election, Republican candidate John McCain received 24,716 votes in the county (50.60% of the total) to Democrat Barack Obama's ... in the county was narrower than usual for a Republican candidate ...
Garfield County, Montana - Politics
... Garfield County is a solidly Republican county ... It might be the most Republican county in Montana and the nation ... In the 2000 presidential election Republican George W ...
XYZ Line - The Battle
... Between July 18 and July 23, these defenses, held by two Republican corps led by Colonels Ernesto Güemes and Carlos Romero, were successful in halting the ... The Nationalists tried to break the republican defenses with waves of infantry and intense bombing raids, but the Republican defenders through the use of well planned trenches and protected lines of ... On July 23, the offensive was halting and the Republican offensive in the north on July 24, the Battle of the Ebro, prevented any further assaults on the line by drawing away eight ...
Delaware County, Pennsylvania - Politics and Government
... Presidential elections results Year Republican Democratic 2008 38.8% 115,013 60.2% 178,264 2004 42.3% 120,425 57.1% 162,601 2000 42.7% 105,836 54.4% 134,861 1996 39.5% 92,628 49.5% 115,946 1992 40.8% 108,587 ... Republican 190,716 (46.93%) Democratic 172,405 (42.43%) Other Parties 43,231 (10.64%) Politically, Delaware County has traditionally been a Republican stronghold ... It voted for the Republican candidate in nearly every election since 1854 through 1988 ...
Fullerton, California - Government and Politics - State and Federal
... of Orange County, has historically favored conservative Republicans in state and federal elections ... is located in the 33rd and 34th Senate Districts, represented by Republican Mimi Walters and Democrat Lou Correa, and in the 72nd Assembly District, represented by Republican Chris Norby ... of R +8 and D +5 respectively and are represented by Republican Ed Royce and Democrat Loretta Sanchez respectively ...

Famous quotes containing the word republican:

    The Republican Vice Presidential Candidate ... asks you to place him a heartbeat from the Presidency.
    Adlai Stevenson (1900–1965)

    If you believe that a nation is really better off which achieves for a comparative few, those who are capable of attaining it, high culture, ease, opportunity, and that these few from their enlightenment should give what they consider best to those less favored, then you naturally belong to the Republican Party. But if you believe that people must struggle slowly to the light for themselves, then it seems to me that you are a Democrat.
    Eleanor Roosevelt (1884–1962)

    ... the black woman can never forget—however lukewarm the party may to-day appear—that it was a Republican president who struck the manacles from her own wrists and gave the possibilities of manhood to her helpless little ones; and to her mind the Democratic Negro is a traitor and a time-server.
    Anna Julia Cooper (1859–1964)