Partido Demokrata kan Estados Unidos

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Si Andrew Jackson an kagtogdas kan Partido Demokrata

An Partido Demokrata kan Estados Unidos iyo an saro sa kontemporanyo asin mayor na partido pulitika kan Estados Unidos, kabali na diyan an Partido Republikano. An partido, na may platapormang liberal asin progresibo, hinihiling na center-left o, sentro-pawala, sa spectrum pulitika sa nasyon na ini. An partido iyo an igwang pinakahalawig na rekord nin daing-patod na operasyon sa Estados Unidos asin iyo ngane totoo an saro sa pinakagurang nang partido pulitika sa kinaban. Ini igwang 72 na milyon na rehistradong botante kan taon 2004. [1][2][3] Si Barack Obama iyo an ika-15ng Demokrata na magkapot nin pwesto bilang presidente kan Estados Unidos.[4]

Sa ika-112ng Kongreso pakatapos kan 2010 na eleksyon, an Partido Demokrata igwang minoriya sa Kamara de Representante (193-435) asin mayoriya sa Senado (51-100).Dikit man an kapot kaining bilang sa mga gobernador (20-50) asin sa mga lehislatura sa estado.

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  1. Grigsby, Ellen (2008). Analyzing Politics: An Introduction to Political Science. Florence: Cengage Learning. pp. 106–7. ISBN 0495501123. In the United States, the Democratic Party represents itself as the liberal alternative to the Republicans, but its liberalism is for the most the later version of liberalism—modern liberalism. 
  2. Arnold, N. Scott (2009). Imposing values: an essay on liberalism and regulation. Florence: Oxford University Press. p. 3. ISBN 0495501123. Modern liberalism occupies the left-of-center in the traditional political spectrum and is represented by the Democratic Party in the United States. 
  3. Levy, Jonah (2006). The state after statism: new state activities in the age of liberalization. Florence: Harvard University Press. p. 198. ISBN 0495501123. In the corporate governance area, the center-left repositioned itself to press for reform. The Democratic Party in the United States used the postbubble scandals and the collapse of share prices to attack the Republican Party...Corporate governance reform fit surprisingly well within the contours of the center-left ideology. The Democratic Party and the SPD have both been committed to the development of the regulatory state as a counterweight to managerial authority, corporate power, and market failure. 
  4. "Neuhart, P. (January 22, 2004). Why politics is fun from catbirds' seats. USA Today'.". January 22, 2004. http://www.usatoday.com/news/opinion/columnist/neuharth/2004-01-22-neuharth_x.htm. Retrieved on 2007-07-11.