Who is the current president of the US and what political party did he represent?
Barack Obama and he was representing democrats.
Who was the only US President who was not a member of a political party?
George Washington was the only US President without party affiliation.
Asked in US Presidents, US Constitution
Which man was the leader of a political party but could not run for President?
Alexander Hamilton was a political leader but was not born in the US and could not be President. The Communist Party was outlawed at one time and its leaders could not run for President . ...
What political party in power of US now?
The United states is currently Democratic. [9/29/2010] As of 2011, the current party in power in the United States of America is the Democratic Party, lead by President Barack Hussein Obama. ...
Asked in George W. Bush
What political party does the vice president of the US belong to?
Joseph Robinette Biden, the current vice president of the US, is a Democrat. In US politics, it would be very unusual to have a president choose a vp candidate from a different party. Therefore, the only time there might be a difference would be in a case of succession following a death in office, but even then it would be very unusual. ...
Asked in History of the United States, Politics and Government, US Presidents, Society and Civilization
What is the whig party?
a political party of the United States during the era of Jacksonian democracy. the party was formed in opposition to the policies of President Andrew Jackson and the Democratic Party. The Whig Party is a political party that was established in 1833 in the US in opposition of the policies held by President Andrew Jackson. ...
What political party nominated justice Stephen Breyer?
Bill Clinton, a Democratic President, nominated Justice Breyer in 1994. US Supreme Court justices are nominated by Presidents, not by political parties (although the President belongs to a political party). ...
Do the president and vice president of the US of different political party serve at the same time?
Once upon a time....... Service was more important than political party but that died out pretty quickly in the great political experiment that is the United States of America. ...
Asked in Political Parties
What is the other political party in the US?
That depends which one was the original, "non-other" party. There are the dozens of political parties. To get to the point, the two major political parties in the US are the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. As of early 2011, there is a Democratic president, a majority of Republicans in the House of Representatives and a majority of Democrats in the Senate. ...
Asked in Politics and Government
What is the political party of the President now?
This world has many presidents. The current President of the United States, Barack Obama, is a Democrat. However, there are other nations, and other political parties; if you would like to know more about a specific country and its leader, please let us know. ...
Asked in US Presidents
Were the Democratic-Republicans the first US political party to have President in office?
No, the first political party to have a President in office was the Federalist Party, who seated the second US President, John Adams. The Democratic-Republicans (originally called the Anti-Federalists) were the second official political party. They elected four successive Presidents: Thomas Jefferson (3), James Madison (4), James Monroe (5), and John Quincy Adams (6). The party split after that. ...
What is the of the current President of the the US?
The current President of the United States of America is Barack Obama, past senator of Illinois. His Vice President is Joe Biden. They are both apart of the Democratic party. ...
Was the first US president a democratic or republican?
George Washington was an independent. He did not belong to any political party. ...
Asked in History of the United States
In regards to an election for President of the US what best fits the definition for the word ticket?
The ticket refers to the candidates for president and vice-president for a specific political party. ...