the younger of two major political parties in the United States; GOP is an acronym for grand old party
A major political party organized in 1854 to oppose the spread of slavery. President Abraham Lincoln was a member of the Republican Party.
Conservative party that embraces bigotry and calls it patriotism. Owned by corporations and primarily concerned with increasing corporate profits by reducing wages through policies that expand poverty.
a major US political party also known as the G.O.P. (standing for the Grand Old Party). The symbol of the Republican party is the elephant. The Republican party was founded as an anti-slavery party in the mid 1800s. The first Republican US President was Abraham Lincoln.
party of the radical middle class founded in 1934.
GOP (Grand Old Party) is one of two major U.S. political parties. It was formed in 1854 by former members of the Whig, Democratic, and Free parties. The party is historically concerned with the national interest above sectional interests and states' rights.
one of the two major political parties in the United States. Different members of the Republican Party hold different political views, and the party platform may change from administration to administration. Nevertheless, the Republican Party has generally draws support from upper-middle class and wealthy Americans; and has traditionally supported cutting taxes and reducing the level of government participation in the society and economy.
A political party created in the 1850s to prevent the spread of slavery to the territories. Eventually Republicans came to oppose the entire existence of slavery. Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican president. Very few Southerners were Republicans.
1) (Jeffersonian) One of the original two political parties, the Republican party was organized by James Madison and Thomas Jefferson and generally stood for states' rights, an agrarian economy and the interests of farmers and planters over those of financial and commercial groups, strict construction, and friendship with France and support for the cause of the French Revolution. 2)The Republican Party organized in 1855 in response to the passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act was a party composed of northerners who opposed the territorial expansion of slavery. It also adopted most of the Whig's economic program. The party nominated John C. Fremont for president in 1856 and Abraham Lincoln in 1860.
The Republican Party is one of two major contemporary political parties in the United States; the other being the Democratic Party. It is often referred to as the GOP or Grand Old Party, although it is the younger of the two major parties. During the current 110th Congress, it is the minority party in the United States House of Representatives and the Republican caucus constitutes a minority in the United States Senate.
The Parti republicain/Republican Party was a Quebec-based Canadian political party that nominated four candidates in federal elections and by-elections between 1964 and 1971. None were elected.
The Republican Party or Nationalist Party (TjÃ³Ã°veldisflokkurin) is a left of centre political party in the Faroe Islands committed to Faroese independence. It was founded in 1948 as a reaction to independence not being proclaimed after a public election on the matter showed a marginal majority for it in 1946.
The Republican Party is a political party in Guam affiliated with the United States Republican Party. At the gubernatorial elections of the fifth of November 2002, its candidate Felix Camacho won 55.2% of popular vote and became governor. At the last legislative elections, on the second of November 2004, the party won nine out of 15 seats.
The Republican Party is a political party in the Northern Mariana Islands. At the gubernatorial elections, 3 November 2001, Juan Babauta of the Republican Party won 42.8% of the vote. At the legislative elections of 1 November 2003 the party won 7 out of 18 seats in the House of Representatives.
The party was formed in October 1955, by a break away of the Muslim League and other politicians supporting the creation of the West Pakistan province.
The Republican Party of Liberia was a political party founded soon after the founding of Liberia in 1848. It was known to be made up primarily of light-skinned Americo-Liberians, and its main opponent was the True Whig Party. Despite the support of the first President of Liberia, Joseph Jenkins Roberts, as well as the distinction of being the first Liberian party voted into office, the party fell apart soon after the death of Roberts.
The Republican Party (Spanish: Partido Republicano) is a political party in Puerto Rico that supports statehood for the island.
The Republican Party (Parti rÃ©publicain, PR) was a French right-wing political party founded in 1977. It replaced the National Federation of the Independent Republicans created by ValÃ©ry Giscard d'Estaing, who was President of France since 1974.