The Democratic Party

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The Republican Party

The Republican party is a United States political party that was organized in Ripon, Wisconsin[?]on February 281854 as an anti-slavery party.

The Republican Party is one of the major political parties in the United States. There are more than 55 million registered Republican votes in the U.S.

The Republican Party platform includes personal responsibility, free market, low taxes, and a strong national defense.

Free market means you should be able to buy, sell, and trade goods without too much government involvement.

The Republican Party is nicknamed the GOP, which stands for “Grand Old Party”

Famous Republican presidents include: Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, and George Bush.

An elephant is the symbol of the Republican Party.


The Green Party

The Green Party is one of the newest arties in the U.S.

The Green Party believes that people are part of nature and we should take care of plants, animals, and the environment. They believe that all people have the right to be treated fairly and justly and that health people and a healthy environment are very important.

The Green Parties also believes that we should think about how our actions today will affect the future generations.

10 Key Values:

  1. Ideological Wisdom

  2. Community-based Economics

  3. Grassroots Democracy

  4. Decentralization

  5. Gender Equality

  6. Personal and Social Responsibility

  7. Respect for Diversity

  8. Nonviolence

  9. Global Responsibility

  10. Future Focus

The central tenet of the Green Party is that corporations and other moneyed interests exploit average Americans for their own narrow interests, and that citizen-activists need to participate in the political process. “Greens” believe in radical social and economic reform and are considered splinters of the far left wing of the Democratic Party.

Emphasize non-violence, feminism & sustained-development.

California has more registered Green Party voters than any other state.

A sunflower is the symbol of the Green Party.

The Tea Party

They call themselves the Tea Party, but the Tea Party-backed candidates are usually Republicans. Rather than an official political party, the Tea Party is a political movement that is having a profound influence on the 2010 mid-term elections.

The Tea Party movement was founded in 2009 to advocate smaller government, lower taxes, and a smaller national debt. According to a CBS News poll, 18 per cent of Americans identify themselves as Tea Party supporters.

Historically, the name Tea Party refers to the Boston Tea Party in 1773. The Boston Tea Party sparked the American Revolution when a group of British colonists decided to protest high taxes on tea. They refused to accept a shipment from England, dumping boxes of tea into the Boston Harbor in protest. The Tea Party's name also stands for "Taxed Enough Already!"

Tea Party supporters want to change the way people think about how we allow the government to spend tax dollars. They want the government to stay within a budget and only spend what it has.

Tea Party supporters also want to make sure our elected officials in Washington, DC listening to the people.

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