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What is political party affiliation?
Barack Obama is a member of the Democratic Party.
George Washington. During Washington's two terms the Federalist and Republican (not the current Republican) parties were formed. John Adams was the first (and only) Federalist… President, and Jefferson was the first Republican President.
He was a member of the Democratic Party.
George Washington had no party affiliation.
Republican Party, reference information: 2016.republican-candidates.org/Trump/
Minnesota generally is a democrat state.
He was a member of the "Democratic-Republican" party, which existed from 1792 until 1825. When John Quincy Adams was elected, the party dissolved into two factions: the Democr…ats, and the "National Republicans" which eventually became the Whigs. Tyler initially supported the Democrats but later he ran for vice-president as a member of the Whigs. However, he rejected most of the Whigs' agenda, and when he ascended to the Presidency he was expelled from the party, after which Tyler formed a new "Democratic-Republican" party but they only held one convention.
He feared they would divide the nation.
Federalist. While he differed from the High Federalists in that he was not as extreme, and whereas the High Federalists controlling Congress gave him a lot of grief, Adams w…as firmly in the camp of "strong central government, states rights are just a nice luxury." It is often said that Federalists are modern-day Liberals, but that comparison is an anachronistic association which ought not be made. Modern liberals supported strong government ECONOMIC policy and no government SOCIAL policy (legalise the things that don't hurt people), contrasted with conservatives who tend to support strong government SOCIAL policy (illegalise gay marriage, illegalise "drugs", etc.) and moderate/no ECONOMIC policy (whereas conservatives often say we should have lower taxes and fewer interventions, they also involve themselves heavily in certain sectors of the market). Modern liberals hate war and modern conservatives support it, BROADLY SPEAKING. Now, Federalists supported strong government ECONOMIC policy and also strong government SOCIAL policy (the High Federalists passed the Alien and Sedition Acts, for instance, which significantly curbed immigrant rights to keep them away from the voting booths). They supported war more than the Republicans (Also known as Jeffersonians, or Anti-federalists) did. Republicans advocated limited economic involvement in all sectors, completely opposed "unnecessary wars" and ANY government intervention in the economy, and (theoretically) opposed intervention in social policies. Though it should be noted that these ideals proved untenable, and by the end of Jefferson's presidency, he had imposed more regulations on commerce than Adams or Washington combined, and his efforts to enforce those laws infringed on numerous "civil rights". I hope that helps.
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The "Liberal Party"
William McKinley was a Republican (Conservative).