Asked in Democratic PartyRepublican Party
Charles schumer is Republican or democrat?
Asked in Democratic Party
Was Actor Charles Bronson a Democrat or Republican?
Asked in US Congress
Charles Schumer is a US senator for which US state?
Asked in Democratic Party
Is Justice Charles t Canady a republican or democrat?
Asked in US Government
Who are the Senators from the US?
Alabama: -Richard Shelby: Republican -Jeff Sessions: Republican Alaska: -Lisa Murkowski: Republican -Mark Begich: Democrat Arizona: -John McCain: Republican -Jon Kyl: Republican Arkansas: -Mark Pryor: Democrat -John Boozman: Republican California: -Dianne Feinstein: Democrat -Barbara Boxer: Democrat Colorado: -Mark Udall: Democrat -Michael Bennet: Democrat Connecticut: -Joe Liberman: Independent -Richard Blumenthal: Democrat Delaware: -Tom Carper: Democrat -Chris Coons: Democrat Florida: -Bill Nelson: Democrat -Marco Rubio: Republican Georgia: -Saxby Chambliss: Republican -Johnny Isakson: Republican Hawaii: -Daniel Inouye: Democrat -Daniel Akaka: Democrat Idaho: -Mike Crapo: Republican -Jim Risch: Republican Illinois: -Dick Durbin: Democrat -Mark Kirk: Republican Indiana: -Richard Lugar: Republican -Dan Coats: Republican Iowa: -Chuck Grassley: Republican -Tom Harkin: Democrat Kansas: -Pat Roberts: Republican -Jerry Moran: Republican Kentucky: -Mitch McConnell: Republican -Rand Paul: Republican Louisiana: -Mary Landrieu: Democrat -David Vitter: Republican Maine: -Olympia Snowe: Republican -Susan Collins: Republican Maryland: -Barbara Mikulski: Democrat -Ben Cardin: Democrat Massachusetts: -John Kerry: Democrat -Scott Brown: Republican Michigan: -Carl Levin: Democrat -Debbie Stabenow: Democrat Minnesota: -Amy Klobuchar: Democrat -Al Franken: Democrat Mississippi: -Thad Cochran: Republican -Roger Wicker: Republican Missouri: -Claire McCaskill: Democrat -Roy Blunt: Republican Montana: -Max Blaucus: Democrat -Jon Tester: Democrat Nebraska: -Ben Nelson: Democrat -Mike Johanns: Republican Nevada: -Harry Reid: Democrat -Dean Heller: Republican New Hampshire: -Jeanne Shaheen: Democrat -Kelly Ayotte: Republican New Jersey: -Frank Lautenberg: Democrat -Bob Menendez: Democrat New Mexico: - Jeff Bingaman: Democrat -Tom Udall: Democrat New York: -Chuck Schumer: Democrat -Kristen Gillibrand: Democrat North Carolina: -Richard Burr: Republican -Kay Hagan: Democrat North Dakota -Kent Conrad: Democrat -John Hoeven: Republican Ohio: -Sherrod Brown: Democrat -Rob Portman: Republican Oklahoma: -Jim Inhofe: Republican -Tom Coburn: Republican Oregon: -Ron Wyden: Democrat -Jeff Merkley: Democrat Pennsylvania: -Bob Casey, Jr.: Democrat -Pat Toomey: Republican Rhode Island: -Jack Reed: Democrat -Sheldon Whitehouse: Democrat South Carolina: -Lindsey Graham: Republican -Jim DeMint: Republican South Dakota: -Tim Johnson: Democrat -John Thune: Republican Tennessee: -Lamar Alexander: Republican -Bob Corker: Republican Texas: -Kay Bailey Hutchison: Republican -John Cornyn: Republican Utah: -Orrin Hatch: Republican -Mike Lee: Republican Vermont: -Patrick Leahy: Democrat -Bernie Sanders: Independent Virginia: -Jim Webb: Democrat -Mark Warner: Democrat Washington: -Patty Murray: Democrat -Maria Cantwell: Democrat West Virginia: -Jay Rockefeller: Democrat -Joe Manchin: Democrat Wisconsin: -Herb Kohl: Democrat -Ron Johnson: Republican Wyoming: -Mike Enzi: Republican -John Barrasso: Republican
Asked in Florida, Democratic Party
Is Florida's judge Charles a Davis republican or democrat?
Asked in US Presidents, Ronald Reagan, Republican Party
Was Ronald Reagan a democrat or republican a democrat?
Asked in History of the United States, US Constitution, Political Office Holders, US Senators and Representatives
Who is the senator of the US?
At any given time, there are 100 U.S. senators (2 for each state), not just one. Currently, (as of May 2013) they are: Richard Shelby, Republican, Alabama Jeff Sessions, Republican, Alabama Lisa Murkowski, Republican, Alaska Mark Begich, Democrat, Alaska John McCain, Republican, Arizona Jeff Flake, Republican, Arizona Mark Pryor, Democrat, Arkansas John Boozman, Republican, Arkansas Dianne Feinstein, Democrat, California Barbara Boxer, Democrat, California Mark Udall, Democrat, Colorado Michael Bennet, Democrat, California Richard Blumenthal, Democrat, Connecticut Chris Murphy, Democrat, Connecticut Tom Carper, Democrat, Delaware Chris Coons, Democrat, Delaware Bill Nelson, Democrat, Florida Marco Rubio, Republican, Florida Saxby Chambliss, Republican, Georgia Johnny Isakson, Republican, Georgia Brian Schatz, Democrat, Hawaii Mazie Hirono, Democrat, Hawaii Mike Crapo, Republican, Idaho Jim Risch, Republican, Idaho Dick Durbin, Democrat, Illinois Mark Kirk, Republican, Illinois Dan Coats, Republican, Iowa Tom Harkin, Democrat, Iowa Pat Roberts, Republican, Kansas Jerry Moran, Republican, Kansas Mitch McConnell, Republican, Kentucky Rand Paul, Republican, Kentucky Mary Landrieu, Democrat, Louisiana David Vitter, Republican, Louisiana Susan Collins, Republican, Maine Angus King, Independent, Maine Barbara Mikulski, Democrat, Maryland Ben Cardin, Democrat, Maryland Elizabeth Warren, Democrat, Massachusetts Mo Cowan, Democrat, Massachusetts Carl Levin, Democrat, Michigan Debbie Stabenow, Democrat, Michigan Amy Klobuchar, Democrat, Minnesota Al Franken, Democrat, Minnesota Thad Cochran, Republican, Mississippi Roger Wicker, Republican, Mississippi Claire McCaskill, Democrat, Missouri Roy Blunt, Republican, Missouri Max Baucus Democrat, Montana John Tester, Democrat, Montana Mike Johanns, Republican, Nebraska Deb Fischer, Republican, Nebraska Harry Reid, Democrat, Nevada Dean Heller, Republican, Nevada Jeanne Shaheen, Democrat, New Hampshire Kelly Ayotte, Republican, New Hampshire Frank Lautenburg, Democrat, New Jersey Bob Mendez, Democrat, New Jersey Tom Udall, Democrat, New Mexico Martin Heinrich, Democrat, New Mexico Chuck Schumer, Democrat, New York Kirsten Gillibrand, Democrat, New York Richard Burr, Republican, North Carolina Kay Hagan, Democrat, North Carolina John Hoeven, Republican, North Dakota Heidi Heitkamp, Democrat, North Dakota Sherrod Brown, Democrat, Ohio Rob Portman, Republican, Ohio Rob Inhofe, Republican, Oklahoma Tom Coburn, Republican, Oklahoma Ron Wyden, Democrat, Oregon Jeff Merkley, Democrat, Oregon Bob Casey Jr., Democrat, Pennsylvania Pat Toomey, Republican, Pennsylvania Jack Reed, Democrat, Rhode Island Sheldon Whitehouse, Democrat, Rhode Island Lindsey Graham, Republican, South Carolina Tim Scott, Republican, South Carolina Jim Johnson, Democrat, South Dakota John Thume, Republican, South Dakota Lamar Alaxeander, Republican, Tennessee Bob Corker, Republican, Tennessee John Cornyn, Republican, Texas Ted Cruz, Republican, Texas Orrin Hatch, Republican, Utah Mike Lee, Republican, Utah Patrick Leahy, Democrat, Vermont Bernie Sanders, Independent, Vermont Mark Warner, Democrat, Virginia Tim Kaine, Democrat, Virginia Pat Murray, Democrat, Washington Maria Cantwell, Democrat, Washington Jay Rockefeller, Democrat, West Virginia Joe Manchin, Democrat, West Virginia Ron Johnson, Republican, Wisconsin Tammy Baldwin, Democrat, Wisconsin Mike Enzi, Republican, Wyoming John Barrasso, Republican, Wyoming.
Asked in Thomas Jefferson
Would Thomas Jefferson be a Democrat or a Republican?
Asked in Republican Party
What do you capitalize in my father is a democrat but my mother is a republican.?
What are political parties that have represented presidents?
Are southern states primarily Republican or democrat?
Was Martin Luther King Jr a Democrat or Republican?
Asked in US Constitution, Lawyers
Which us senators are lawyers?
For 11th Congress, here are the names, party affiliation and Law School of each member of the Senate who is an attorney: Lamar Alexander: Republican: New York University Max Baucus: Democrat:Stanford University Evan Bayh: Democrat: University of Virginia Michael Bennet: Democrat: Yale Jeff Bingaman: Democrat: Stanford University Kit Bond: Republican: University of Virginia Sam Brownbach: Republican: University of Kansas Roland Burris: Democrat: Howard University Robert Byrd: Democrat: American University Law School Ben Cardin: Democrat: University of Maryland Ben Casey: Democrat: Catholic University Saxby Chambliss: Republican: University of Tennessee Thad Cochran: Republican: University of Mississippi John Cornyn: Republican: University of Virginia Michael Crapo: Republican: Harvard Chris Dodd: Democrat: University of Louisville Dick Durbin: Democrat: Georgetown Russ Feingold: Democrat: Harvard Kirsten Gillibrand: Democrat: University of California, Los Angeles Lindsey Graham: Republican: University of South Carolina Judd Gregg: Republican: Boston University Tom Harkin: Democrat: Catholic University Orrin Hatch: Republican: University of Pittsburgh Kay Bailey Hutchinson: Republican: University of Texas Ken Inouye: Democrat: George Washington University Mike Johanns: Republican: Creighton University Tom Johnson: Democrat: University of South Dakota Paul Kirk: Democrat: Harvard Amy Klobucher: Democrat: University of Chicago John Kyl: Republican: University of Arizona Pat Leahy: Democrat: Georgetown George Lemieux: Republican: Georgetown Carl Levin: Democrat: Harvard Joe Lieberman: Independent: Yale Mel Martinez: Republican: Florida State University Claire McCaskill: Democrat: University of Missouri Mitch McConnell: Republican: University of Kentucky Robert Menendez: Democrat: Rutgers University Lisa Murkowski: Republican: Williamette College Ben Nelson: Democrat: University of Nebraska Bill Nelson: Democrat: University of Virginia Mark Pryor: Democrat: University of Arkansas Jack Reed: Democrat: Harvard Harry Reid: Democrat: Georgetown James Risch: Republican: University of Idaho Chuck Schumer: Democrat: Harvard Jeff Sessions: Republican: University of Alabama Richard Shelby: Republican: University of Alabama Arlen Specter: Democrat: Yale Tom Udall: Democrat: University of New Mexico David Vitter: Republican: Tulane George Voinovitch: Republican: Ohio State Mark Warner: Democrat: Harvard Jim Webb: Democrat: Georgetown Sheldon Whitehouse: Democrat: University of Virginia Roger Wicker: Republican: University of Mississippi Ron Wyden: Democrat: University of Oregon
Who are the US Congressmen in Virginia?
Senators: Jim Webb (Democrat), Mark R. Warner (Democrat) Representatives: Rob Wittman (Republican), Glenn Nye (Democrat), Bobby Scott (Democrat), J. Randy Forbes (Republican), Tom Perriello (Democrat), Bob Goodlatte (Republican), Eric Cantor (Republican), Jim Moran (Democrat), Rick Boucher (Democrat), Frank R. Wolf (Republican), Gerald E. Connolly (Democrat)
Asked in US Constitution, US Supreme Court
Is Florida supreme court justice Charles T Canady a republican or democrat?