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Democratic Party

Definitions

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  • n. the older of two major political parties in the United States

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Examples

  • But Rodriguez can also take on such a PR-savvy, urbane demeanor he has been mistaken for a moderate or even slightly progressive evangelical and can travel in Democratic Party circles with ease and helped draft a major policy document, released in 2007 by the Democratic Party centrist group The Third Way, that purported to present a road map for moving America beyond the ongoing, contentious culture war battles over reproductive and gay rights.

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  • Senior Democratic Party figures like Adlai Stevenson, party standard-bearer in 1952 and 1956, and Representative Chester Bowles, a leading foreign policy spokesman, could have won the job had they offered Kennedy full support at crucial stages in his campaign for the Democratic nomination.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • Oh, Missouri has set a bounty of $3000 on his head, and that pusillanimous wretch who calls himself our President, and whose cowardice has rent the Democratic Party in twain, has sunk so low as to offer $250 - why not thirty, in silver, false Buchanan?

    Flashman and the angel of the lord

  • The papers up there were running Republican phone jamming stories every day and the New Hampshire Democratic Party was calling for the heads—and other morsels—of every Republican to whom they could possibly link the scheme.

    How to Rig an Election

  • Moreover, he hurt himself with the president when, on the eve of the Democratic Party Convention where Carter would be renominated, the former senator did not immediately distance himself from demoralized Democrats suggesting that he might replace Carter at the top of the ticket.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • Within days of Super Tuesday, with anti-Kerry ads reverberating across the battleground states, a drumbeat within the Democratic Party called on us to respond, respond, respond.

    No Excuses

  • With most of the votes tallied, the center-right Social Democratic Party led by Pedro Passos Coelho had more than 38% of the votes, compared with 28% for incumbent Prime Minister José Sócrates of the Socialist Party.

    Portugal Decisively Ends Leftist Rule

  • Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Supporters of Social Democratic Party leader Pedro Passos Coelho, center, congratulate the prime minister-elect after the announcement of his party's general-election victory in Lisbon on Sunday.

    Portugal Decisively Ends Leftist Rule

  • Takashi Yamauchi, a former prefectural assembly member endorsed by Prime Minister Naoto Kan's ruling Democratic Party of Japan, was unable to close the wide gap with the popular governor.

    Pro-Nuclear Candidate Wins Japan Poll

  • Raymond Buckley, the vice chairman of the Democratic Party in New Hampshire, casually compared phone jamming to murder.

    How to Rig an Election

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