What is democrat?

  • (noun): A member of the Democratic Party.
    See also — Additional definitions below

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Democrat Party (Thailand) - History - The Democrat Party in The 1990s
... The Democrat Party became an outspoken opponent of military rule in Thai politics during the 1990s ... The Democrat Party was the key member of the "People Power" movement in 1992 ...
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... This is a list of mayors of Milwaukee, Wisconsin From To Mayor Party 1846 Solomon Juneau Democrat 1847 Horatio N ... Wells Democrat 1848 Byron Kilbourn (1st term) Democrat 1850 ... Don A ... Upham Democrat 1851 George H ...
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... William Fulbright (Democrat — Arkansas) Claiborne Pell (Democrat — Rhode Island) Stuart Symington (Democrat — Missouri) John Sparkman (Democrat — Alabama) Mike ... McGee (Democrat — Wyoming) Edmund S ... Muskie (Democrat — Maine) William B ...
Democrat Party (Thailand)
... The Democrat Party (Thai พรรคประชาธิปัตย์, Phak Prachathipat) is a Thai political party ... The Democrat Party won the most seats in parliament in 1948, 1976, and 1992 - however, it has never won an outright parliamentary majority ... Since 2004, Democrat candidates won three elections for the governorship of Bangkok ...

More definitions of "democrat":

  • (noun): An advocate of democratic principles.
    Synonyms: populist

Famous quotes containing the word democrat:

    The seasick passenger on an ocean liner detests the good sailor who stalks past him 265 times a day grandly smoking a large, greasy cigar. In precisely the same way the democrat hates the man who is having a better time in the world. This is the origin of democracy. It is also the origin of Puritanism.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)

    The American doctrinaire is the converse of the American demagogue, and, in this way, is scarcely less injurious to the public. The first deals in poetry, the last in cant. He is as much a visionary on one side, as the extreme theoretical democrat is a visionary on the other.
    James Fenimore Cooper (1789–1851)

    There is something to be said for government by a great aristocracy which has furnished leaders to the nation in peace and war for generations; even a Democrat like myself must admit this. But there is absolutely nothing to be said for government by a plutocracy, for government by men very powerful in certain lines and gifted with the “money touch,” but with ideals which in their essence are merely those of so many glorified pawnbrokers.
    Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919)