What is Democratic Party?

  • (noun): The older of two major political parties in the United States.

Democratic Party

The following is a list of political parties whose names (in English) could be translated to Democratic Party or the Democrat(s).

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Democratic Party - Former Parties
... Nation Party Australia Democratic Party (1920) Democratic Party (1943) Austria Democrats Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Democratic Party Cambodia Democratic Party (Cambodia) European Union European ...
Landtag Of Saxony - Current Composition
... results for the Landtag of Saxony Party Ideology Vote % (change) Seats (change) Seat % Christian Democratic Union (CDU) center-right 40.2% −0.9% 58 +3 43.9% Linke (formerly ...
Schleswig-Holstein State Election, 2005 - Results
... Political Party Party List votes Vote percentage (change) Total Seats (change) Seat percentage Social Democratic Party (SPD) 554,844 38.7% -4.4% 29 -12 42.0% Christian Democratic Union (CDU) 576,10 ...
List Of United States Virgin Islands Senators
... Senator At-Large (Saint John) Craig Barshinger (Democratic Party) Saint Croix Senators Neville James (Democratic Party) Wayne A.G ... James (Democratic Party) Michael Thurland (Democratic Party) Terrence "Positive" Nelson (ICM) Usie Raymond Richards (ICM) (President of the 27th ... Virgin Islands) Nelly O'Reilly (Independent) Sammuel Sanes (Democratic Party) Saint Thomas-Saint John Senators Patrick Simeon Sprauve (Democratic Party ...
Coalition For A European Montenegro - History - 2002 Elections, "List For European Montenegro"
... for European Montenegro" (composed out of Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro, Social Democratic Party of Montenegro, Civic Party of Montenegro, Liberal ...

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