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photo  Republican Party (USA)

 Republican Party (USA)

Republican Party (Grand Old Party, GOP) - one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States.

photo  Democratic Party (USA)

 Democratic Party (USA)

Democratic Party - one of two major contemporary political parties in the United States.

photo  Libertarian Party (USA)

 Libertarian Party (USA)

Libertarian Party (LP) - third largest and fastest growing political party in the United States.

photo  Constitution Party (USA)

 Constitution Party (USA)

Constitution Party - founded as the U.S. Taxpayers' Party.

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 GPUS (USA)

Green Party of the United States (GPUS) - national US-American political party founded in 1991.

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 OTHER

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for2against   So long as the GOP sucks up to the religious nutters, it does not deserve the confidence of the whole American people., Kitsapian
for1against   Republicans need to let leader be one with strength of convictions and power to enfore what would restore our country., joycewgreene
for1against   Built on righteous principles as sustaining life, freedom for all, and their generousity as up-to-the-people, not government., joycegreene
for1against   feel free to express your preference, spetr

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Number of votesRatio
Republican Party (USA)23134.42%
Democratic Party (USA)12518.63%
Libertarian Party (USA)334.92%
Constitution Party (USA)131.94%
GPUS (USA)14822.05%
OTHER213.13%
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History of political parties in the USA


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pibi - 5 years ago

US political parties reach stimulus deal


United States President Barack Obama's massive stimulus package is set to pass through Congress after Democrats and Republicans reached a compromise deal. The plan is smaller than the one passed by either chamber but the price tag still comes in at almost billion. Democratic and Republican negotiators have been ironing out the differences between the stimulus bill passed by the House of Representatives and the one approved by the Senate.They have now reached agreement on a combined package. The stimulus package is aimed at reviving the US economy and creating millions of jobs. It now has to go be formally approved by the House and the Senate before Mr Obama can sign it into law. 12 Feb 2009 10:12:00 source: www.radioaustralianews.net.au 24.06.2009


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