An organization that seeks to gain control of government by organizing people who share the same views on issues and by running candidates for public office.
A gift to a political party qualifies for exemption from inheritance tax if at the last general election preceding the transfer either two members of the party were elected to the House of Commons, or one member of the party was so elected and not less than 150,000 votes were given to candidates who were members of that party.
An organization that has as a primary purpose the fielding of candidates for election to the Legislative Assembly.
A group of people with similar ideas or aims, some of whose members nominate as candidates at elections in the hope that they will be elected to parliament. A political party can register with Elections ACT for ACT elections. This is to fulfil legislative requirements under the Funding and Disclosure provisions of the Electoral Act and to enable party names to appear on the ballot paper.
a group that has similar views and philosophies on public issues and that works for the election of party members for public office
Any group, however loosely organized, that seeks to elect government officials under a given label.
a political organization that puts up candidates at elections who support the party's policies and attempts to win power so that it can put its policies into operation.
Organized group that seeks to elect candidates to government office. It represents a “team” that seeks to control government.
an organization to gain political power; "in 1992 Perot tried to organize a third party at the national level"
a class organization
a collection of people of similar mind who band together to win elections
a group of individuals who try to determine public policy by organizing to win elections and operate government
a group of people sharing the same basic beliefs
a group of people who share common views about how the government should be run
a group of people who share ideas about how government should work
a group of people who together establish a constitution and by-laws, elect a leader and other officers, and endorse candidates for election to the House of Commons
a group of people with similar concerns about government
a group of voters organized to support certain public policies
a group organized to achieve and exercise power within a political system
a huge organization of people who have similar ideas about how the country should be governed
an ongoing coalition of interests joined together in an effort to get its candidates for public office elected under a common label
a "nongovernmental organization" even when its representatives are elected to government, whether in power or in opposition
an ordered list of candidates, and you vote for parties
an organisation that seeks to attain political power in democracies, usually by participating in electoral campaigns
an organisation whose objectives or activities include the promotion of the election of endorsed candidates to the Australian parliament
an organised group who on the whole share common political values and objectives, although there will always be extremists and mavericks within any party
an organization erected to exercise a collective pressure upon the thought of each and every human being who is its member
an organization oriented toward achieving legitimate control of government through an electoral process
an organization that mobilizes voters on behalf of a common set of interests, concerns and goals
an organization whose aim is to gain control of the government apparatus, usually through the election of its candidates to pub
an organized group of qualified voters pursuing the same ideology, political ideas and principles for the general conduct of the government
an organizing committee for the interests of a class
a organization subscribing
a type of Organization
A group of people who hold similar political aims and opinions who have organized, usually to contest elections so that they might form a government. The Progressive Conservatives and the Liberals are examples of political parties in Alberta.
A political party registered with the Australian Electoral Commission. State and Territory branches of a registered political party are treated as separate parties for the purposes of disclosure.
A group of people who hold similar political aims and opinions who have organized, usually to contest elections so that they might form a government. As of 2002 there are three political parties represented in Alberta's Legislature: Progressive Conservative, Liberal, and New Democrat.
a group that shares the same views about government and works together to win elections
A group of people who have similar ideas about how our country should be run.
An organised group of people seeking political power through endorsed candidates at elections.
A group of people with similar ideas or aims, some of whose members nominate as candidates at elections in the hope that they will be elected to parliament. A political party can register with the Victorian Electoral Commission for State elections. This enables party names to appear on the ballot paper, and facilitates nominations and registration of how-to-vote cards.
A team of office seekers and their supporters, generally unified by a common ideology, philosophy, set of values and political beliefs, usually outlined in a party platform.
An organized group which attempts to capture political power directly by placing its members in government office. The political party is the broadest institution in most political systems that links individuals and groups to the state and it can organize the activities of those participating in government. It also aggregates political interests into a comprehensible sent of polity goals.
An organization that seeks to achieve political power by electing its members to public office.
an organized group of people with common values and goals, who try to get their candidates elected to office. The Democrats and the Republicans are the two major political parties in the USA today.
An organised group within a common political philosophy which seeks to win and retain public office for itself and its leaders. The party with the greatest numbers in Parliament forms the Government.
In general, a group of people organised to gain and exercise political influence through the election of members of the party to the House of Representatives. See also: registered political party
A group of people sharing a set of goals and a particular ideology or way of thinking. The party puts forward candidates for election to Parliament.
an organization that nominates and supports candidates for election to the House of Commons under the leadership of a person selected as leader by the party organization. Political parties endorse a particular program and attempt to attract voters to support their candidates, leader and program and to vote for their candidate in whatever number of electoral districts are contested by the party. Political parties are not a required part of parliamentary government, but have become a critical mechanism in its operation of responsible government, with parties forming the government and the Official Opposition.
organized group of people who want to control or influence government by winning elections, holding public office, and having the government's laws and policies reflect their political beliefs. In the United States, there are two major parties: the Democratic Party and the Republican Party.
An organised group of people with a common political ideology whose aim at each election is to win and hold government. The party or a coalition of parties with the majority of members in Parliament forms the Government.
An organization whose purpose is to gain and hold legitimate control of government.
A political party is a political organization that seeks to attain political power within a government, usually by participating in electoral campaigns. Parties often espouse a certain ideology and vision, but may also represent a coalition among disparate interests.