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What was President Nixon's party affiliation?
The Republican Party a.k.a. The Grand Ole 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.
George Washington had no party affiliation.
If you are affiliated with the Republican Party can you vote for a democrat in the election for president?
Yes. In the general election, you can vote for whoever you like regardless of what party you are affiliated or registered with. Yes. In many (but not all) states, p…arty affiliation affects what primaries you can vote in. But it does not force you to vote for that party's candidates in the general election.
President Nixon's favorite wine was called Chateau Margaux. He kept it hidden in a towel so his guests wouldn't know he was drinking wine far superior to theirs.
Chester Alan Arthur (October 5, 1829 - November 18, 1886) was an American politician who served as the twenty-first President of the United States. Arthur was a member o…f the Republican Party
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it is quite easy to concentrate on Watergate which sadly overlooks a decent presidential record. Nixons 3 biggest achievements were - 1 - Fully implimenting desegregation of s…chools. 2 - Ending Vietnam under acceptable circumstances. 3 - Opening up relationships with Russia/China. By his own admission Nixon prefered dealing with foreign policy to that of domestic however as a domestic leader he achieved a lot considering he came into power with a Democrat heavy senate. When Nixon 1st came into power America was in recession, was deeply involved in Vietnam and had great domestic problems with race. It can argueably be claimed that by the time of his resignation he solves all of these problems by simply implimenting hard line politics.
They can, they just don't. It used to be that whomever came in second in the electoral college became Vice President. There have also been Vice President's who identified them…selves as members of a party and then end up aligning themselves with another. E.g. John Tyler and Andrew Johnson. Vice Presidential candidates are technically chosen by party convention. The apparent nominee for President picks whomever their running mate is going to be and the party conventions generally go with that decision.
The first Vice-President for Richard M. Nixon, the 37th President of the United States, was Spiro T. Agnew, who served as Vice-President from 1969 to 1973. The second Vice-Pre…sident for Nixon was Gerald R. Ford, who served as Vice-President from 1973-1974, succeeding Nixon as President on August 9, 1974 following Nixon's resignation from office.
Washington, J Adams - Federalist Jefferson, Madison, Monroe - Democratic-Republican JQ Adams - none Jackson, Van Buren - Democrat WH Harrison, Tyler - Whig… (Tyler was expelled from party) Polk - Democrat Taylor, Fillmore - Whig Pierce, Buchanan - Democrat Lincoln - Republican A Johnson - "Unionist", ie Republican. Grant, Hayes, Garfield, Arthur - Republican Cleveland - Democrat B Harrison, McKinley, T Roosevelt, Taft - Republican Wilson - Democrat Harding, Coolidge, Hoover - Republican FD Roosevelt, Truman - Democrat Eisenhower - Republican Kennedy, LB Johnson - Democrat Nixon, Ford - Republican Carter - Democrat Reagan, GHW Bush - Republican Clinton - Democrat GW Bush - Republican Obama - Democrat
He wanted to end the stalemate and remove U.S. troops from Vietnam.
George Washington was the only president of the United States that did not belong to a political party. He agreed with federalist's policies such as a national bank was no…t a member and did not run on their platform.
Southern strategy; Nixon tried to attract Southern conservative Democrats by appealing to their unhappiness with federal desegregation policies and a liberal Supreme Court.