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List Of Minnesota Senate Majority Leaders - Notes On Minnesota Political Party Names
... Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party On April 15, 1944 the state Democratic Party and the Minnesota Farmer-Labor Party merged and created the ... It is affiliated with the national Democratic Party ... Republican Party of Minnesota From November 15, 1975 to September 23, 1995 the name of the state Republican party was the Independent-Republican party (I-R) ...
Republican Party - Oceania
... Republican Party (Guam) Republican Party (Northern Mariana Islands) New Zealand Republican Party (1967) New Zealand Republican Party (1995) Vanuatu ...
Climate Of Utah - Law and Government - Politics
... Presidential election results Year Republican Democrat 2012 72.80% 671,747 24.90% 229,463 2008 62.25% 596,030 34.22% 327,670 2004 71.54% 663,742 26.00% 241,199 2000 66.83% 515,096 26.34% 203,053 1996 54.37% 361,911 ... have played a large part in Utah's history (Liberal Party vs ... People's Party) ...
Liberal Republicans - History of The Party
... The party began in Missouri in 1870 under the leadership of Carl Schurz and spread nationwide ... It had strong support from powerful Republican newspaper editors such as Murat Halstead of the Cincinnati Commercial, Horace White of the Chicago Tribune, Henry Watterson of the ... The Liberal Republicans thought that the Grant Administration, and the president personally, were fully corrupt ...
Lee Roupas
... Lee Roupas is the Palos Township Republican Committeeman as well as the Former Chairman of the Cook County Republican Party Cook County, Illinois ... He served the Republican Party on the 2004 Republican National Convention staff ... He served the Party on the 55th Presidential Inauguration staff and later as the Communications Director for the Republican Party of Virginia ...

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    [The Republican Party] consists of those who, believing in the doctrine that mankind are capable of governing themselves and hating hereditary power as an insult to the reason and an outrage to the rights of men, are naturally offended at every public measure that does not appeal to the understanding and to the general interest of the community.
    James Madison (1751–1836)

    I will not speak with disrespect of the Republican Party. I always speak with respect of the past.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)

    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)