Definition of Democrat. Meaning of Democrat. Synonyms of Democrat

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Definition of Democrat

Democrat
Democrat Dem"o*crat, n. A large light uncovered wagon with two or more seats. [U. S.]

Meaning of Democrat from wikipedia

- Democrat, Democrats, or Democratic may refer to: A proponent of democracy, or democratic government; rule of the people or rule by many. A member of a...
- Federation of Democratic Women College Democrats of America Young Democrats of America Democrats Abroad Progressive Democrats of America Democratic Party at Curlie...
- The Liberal Democrats (Lib Dems) is a liberal political party in the United Kingdom. It is currently led by Vince Cable. The party has 12 Members of Parliament...
- The Democrat was a w****ly English language newspaper published in Lithgow, New South Wales, Australia. First printed and published on 5 June 1915 by Rudolph...
- Party (Persia) Democrat Party (Thailand), a Thai political party Democrat Party (Turkey, 1946–61) Democrat Party (Turkey, current) Democrat Party of Iran...
- The International Democrat Union (IDU) is an international alliance of centre-right to right wing political parties. Headquartered in Munich, Germany,...
- New Democrats, also known as centrist Democrats, Clinton Democrats, or moderate Democrats, are a moderate ideological faction within the Democratic Party...
- In American politics, a conservative Democrat is a member of the Democratic Party with conservative political views, or with views that are fiscally or...
- a compromise between capitalism and socialism. In this period, social democrats embraced a capitalist mixed economy based on the predominance of private...
- The English Democrats is an English nationalist political party in England. In its 2016 manifesto, the party proposed a devolved English Parliament, instead...
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