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1850's1854 to be exactAfter the Civil War (1861-1865), the Republican party was firmly entrenched and continued its rise. The south became a Democratic Party stronghold following the Civil War.


Political parties were trying to please voters from different classes and different regions of the country. The Republican Party was formed in response to national events.


The Democratic-Republican Party was better known as the Republican Party. The later Republican Party was named to pay homage to this party.


It brought several northern antislavery coalitions together


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The Democratic Republican Party didn't actually evolve into a modern day party. The original party was often referred to as just the Republican Party. The modern day Republican Party was named as an homage to the original Republican Party.


George Washington -- no party affiliationJohn Adams -- Federalist PartyThomas Jefferson -- Democratic-Republican PartyJames Madison -- Democratic-Republican PartyJames Monroe -- Democratic-Republican PartyJohn Quincy Adams -- Democratic-Republican PartyAndrew Jackson -- Democratic PartyMartin Van Buren -- Democratic PartyWilliam Henry Harrison -- Whig PartyJohn Tyler -- Whig Party (kicked out of the party during the 1st year of his presidency)James K. Polk -- Democratic PartyZachary Taylor -- Whig PartyMillard Fillmore -- Whig PartyFranklin Pierce -- Democratic PartyJames Buchanan -- Democratic PartyAbraham Lincoln -- Republican PartyAndrew Johnson -- Democratic PartyUlysses S. Grant -- Republican PartyRutherford B. Hayes -- Republican PartyJames A. Garfield -- Republican PartyChester A. Arthur -- Republican PartyGrover Cleveland -- Democratic PartyBenjamin Harrison -- Republican PartyWilliam McKinley -- Republican PartyTheodore Roosevelt -- Republican PartyWilliam Howard Taft -- Republican PartyWoodrow Wilson -- Democratic PartyWarren G. Harding -- Republican PartyCalvin Coolidge -- Republican PartyHerbert Hoover -- Republican PartyFranklin D. Roosevelt -- Democratic PartyHarry S. Truman -- Democratic PartyDwight D. Eisenhower -- Republican PartyJohn F. Kennedy -- Democratic PartyLyndon B. Johnson -- Democratic PartyRichard M. Nixon -- Republican PartyGerald R. Ford -- Republican PartyJimmy Carter -- Democratic PartyRonald Reagan -- Republican PartyGeorge H. W. Bush -- Republican PartyBill Clinton -- Democratic PartyGeorge W. Bush -- Republican PartyBarack Obama -- Democratic Party


POLITICAL PARTY of EVERY U.S. PRESIDENTGeorge Washington -- independent (no party affiliation)John Adams -- Federalist PartyThomas Jefferson -- Democratic-Republican PartyJames Madison -- Democratic-Republican PartyJames Monroe -- Democratic-Republican PartyJohn Quincy Adams -- Democratic-Republican PartyAndrew Jackson -- Democratic PartyMartin Van Buren -- Democratic PartyWilliam Henry Harrison -- Whig PartyJohn Tyler -- Whig Party (kicked out of the party in September 1841)James K. Polk -- Democratic PartyZachary Taylor -- Whig PartyMillard Fillmore -- Whig PartyFranklin Pierce -- Democratic PartyJames Buchanan -- Democratic PartyAbraham Lincoln -- Republican PartyAndrew Johnson -- Democratic Party (The Republican Party chose Johnson to be Lincoln's running mate in 1864. They ran together as the "National Union Party".)Ulysses S. Grant -- Republican PartyRutherford B. Hayes -- Republican PartyJames A. Garfield -- Republican PartyChester A. Arthur -- Republican PartyGrover Cleveland -- Democratic PartyBenjamin Harrison -- Republican PartyWilliam McKinley -- Republican PartyTheodore Roosevelt -- Republican PartyWilliam Howard Taft -- Republican PartyWoodrow Wilson -- Democratic PartyWarren G. Harding -- Republican PartyCalvin Coolidge -- Republican PartyHerbert Hoover -- Republican PartyFranklin D. Roosevelt -- Democratic PartyHarry S. Truman -- Democratic PartyDwight D. Eisenhower -- Republican PartyJohn F. Kennedy -- Democratic PartyLyndon B. Johnson -- Democratic PartyRichard M. Nixon -- Republican PartyGerald R. Ford -- Republican PartyJimmy Carter -- Democratic PartyRonald Reagan -- Republican PartyGeorge H. W. Bush -- Republican PartyBill Clinton -- Democratic PartyGeorge W. Bush -- Republican PartyBarack Obama -- Democratic Party


Yes Lincoln was the first Republican president Before the establishment of the Republican Party, he was a member of the Whig party. Then when the Republican party was formed, he joined the Republican party. This was because Lincoln did not believe slavery was moral. .


James Madison and Thomas Jefferson started the Democratic-Republican party (but they just called it the Republican party). They created the Republican party to oppose the Federalist party. The Republican party that they created was the second political party in the United States.


Abraham Lincoln was the second Republican Party Presidential Nominee and the first Republican Party President.


The Democratic Party and the Republican Party have never been together as a single party.


The Jeffersonian Democratic-Republican Party split into the National Republican Party and the Democratic Party around 1824.


The Republican Party Platform was formed in 1956, 100 years after the Republican Party was formed. They are the Conservative political party in America.


Blue represents the Democratic Party and Red represents the Republican Party


A republican is a member of the Republican Party.


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The Democratic Party has more members than the Republican Party.


The republican party is also called the GOP (Grand Old Party)


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The Republican party originally started out as a party which was against slavery (Abraham Lincoln was a Republican) and that is really the only main thing that Republicans have to do with racism. Claiming that the Republican Party is racist is unsubstantiated by facts (the current head of the Republican Party, Michael Steele is black). Other than their initial founding as an anti-slavery party, race has little to do with the Republican Party.


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