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What party affiliation does Hillary belongs to?
andrew jackson did a democrat party
Kennedy was a Democrat.
He was a member of the Democratic Party.
Nixon was a Republican.
It depends on what website you visit. Wikipedia says he's an independent; even color codes him that way in their page for order of succession to the presidency. But the …Notable Names Database still lists him as a Republican.
The Republican party.
Washington wasn't affiliated with any political party; he actually believed that the existence of political parties would tear the country apart.
During the time that Nimitz was in the service, it was traditional that officers did not take part in politics, since they were obliged to serve loyally no matter who was elec…ted. Many officers of that era never registered to vote until after retirement. They moved every two years usually, and so had no real home for the most part. For instance, Eisenhower had never voted before he voted for himself in 1952. He had kept his political proclivities so guarded that no one really knew what his party was. The Democrats tried to recruit Eisenhower before he revealed that he was a Republican. Most military men are Republicans, and its probably safe to assume Nimitz was too. He had grown up in Texas, where almost everyone was a Democrat when he was a boy, but a lifetime in the service probably meant more in his political thinking.
She is a democrat.
Short Answer: YES Long Answer: A person's political affiliation is considered a form of symbolic expression and is protected by the First Amendment.
Political party affiliation describes which political party a particular candidate, office holder or voter is a member.
He was a member of the Republican Party until the 1912 election, when he ran in his own party, the Progressive Party or Bull Moose Party.
Herbert Hoover was elected President of the United States as a member of the Republican Party in the 1928 Presidential Election. Before his run for election in 1928, he… had previously been offered the democratic ballot in at least one earlier election and refused. Furthermore, his career before the great Depression marked him as a "progressive" and a "reformer" among conservatives. This left his political affiliation "suspect" in the eyes of some in both parties, however, he was elected as a Republican.