What would you like to do?
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
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
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.
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.
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.
John Adams was the only Federalist president in the history of the US. (See related question)
George Washington had no party affiliation.
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.
The Republican Party a.k.a. The Grand Ole Party
1977-1981 -- Jimmy Carter -- Democrat 1981-1989 -- Ronald Reagan -- Republican 1989-1993 -- George H.W. Bush -- Republican 1993-2001 -- Bill Clinton -- Democrat 20…01-2009 -- George W. Bush -- Republican 2009-2017 -- Barack Obama -- Democrat 2017-pres. -- Donald Trump -- Republican
Booth, who shot Lincoln was a Southern sympathizer. Guiteau was, Iguess, a Republican. He had supported Garfield and thought he hadearned an appointment to be an ambassador. M…cKinley's assassin wasan anarchist--thought all governments were evil. Oswald hadCommunist leanings, but I do not think he belonged to the Communstparty.
You forgot to mention any specific presidents.