Which political party has the least presidents?
Political Parties do not have presidents. They have representatives, but not presidents.
Republican Party : 19 Presidents; 23 Terms Democratic Party : 14 Presidents; 22 Terms Democratic-Republican Party : 4 Presidents; 7 Terms Whig Party : 4 Presidents; 2 Terms National Union Party : 2 Presidents; 1 Term Independent : 1 President; 2 Terms Federalist Party : 1 President; 1 Term (updated 22 Jan 2017)
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.
a president typically believes in what his political party believes and stands for what they stand for. a president normally makes decisions that his party agrees with, though there is not written responsibility to one party or another if elected. if the president is a republican, then they do not HAVE TO do what the republican party would like them to do, though they typically do because they believe the same things. Same with the…
They tend to choose judges that are recommended by the senators, congressmen and leaders from their party . They often owe these people a favor and if not, they want to establish some political capital for future favors. They also want to have people on the bench who share their philosophy of government and such people are more likely to be associated with their party.