Not all Republicans can be considered 'Anti-Federalists' and the definition of Anti-Federalists, in terms of how it was originally meant - cannot be fine by any politician today. The basic principle of Anti-Federalism is that Government is better when it is smaller, and closer to the people. The logic is for example, your city government is better to do tasks than the state, and the state better than the Federal Government. Anti-Fedealists (ex: Thomas Jefferson) opposed the Federal Government having much power at all, instead the power would lie with the states. President Bush has enacted programs like no child left behind which is directly contrary to the Anti-Federalist idealogy, and arguably the Constitution gives the Federal Government no power as it relates to Education.
Since 1860 when the Republicans won their first presidential election, Democrats won in 1884,1892,1912,1918.1932,1936,1940,1944,1948,1960,1964,1976,1992.1996, and 2008. Republicans won in 1860,1864,1868,1872,1876,1880,1888,1896.1900.1904,1908,1920,1924,1928, 1952,1956,1968,1972,1980,1984,1988,2000 and 2004.
The Republicans held their majority in both chambers. The Republicans gained two seats in the Senate, and narrowly won more votes in the Senate elections. The Democrats actually won more votes in the House elections, but the Republicans retained a majority, despite losing seats.
At least two: Teddy Roosevelt and Henry Kissinger.
Starting with 1860 the Republican party won most of the presidential elections. Due to mostly to a need for reform, Cleveland won two split terms, but the Republicans regained power and kept it until Wilson won first in rather a fluke when Roosevelt split the Republican vote with his third party and then won a surprising second term by promising to keep the US out of war. The republicans then regained power , but in 1932, Roosevelt convincingly defeated the incumbent Republican . After that the Democrats and went on to win the next four terms and would have won two more with Eisenhower if he had accepted their offer to run as a Democrat. Thus 1932 was a transition in American presidential politics.
Barack Obama won for the Democrats.Mitt Romney won for the Republicans.
Republicans dominated U.S Grant.
I think Republicans.
At the 1912 election, Theodore Roosevelt was unhappy with Taft's policies so he formed his own political party called the Progressive Party. The votes for the Progressives and the Votes for the Republicans combined would have ensured the Republicans would have won, but the Democrats had the most electoral votes, so they won.
The Republicans won the presidency in 1920 , 1924 and 1928 . They lost in 1916 and 1932.
Barack Obama served two terms. He won the 2008 election, and was re-elected in 2012. He was not allowed to seek a third term-- the 22nd amendment to the Constitution does not permit anyone to serve more than two terms as president.
23 of the 38 elections
I think the answer to that is Republicans.
There were actually six Democratic-Republicans who ran for President, and four who were elected to the office:Thomas Jefferson (1800 election, won)Aaron Burr (1800 election, lost to Jefferson)James Madison (1808 and 1812 elections, won)James Monroe (1816 and 1820 elections, won)John Quincy Adams (1824 election, won; ran on National Republican ticket in 1828, lost)William H. Crawford (1824, lost)
This victory signaled the start of reconstruction. By having a two-thirds majority in both houses and a republican president, virtually any piece of legislation endorsed by republicans could make it through. This allowed the southern states to be coerced into ratifying the thirteenth, fourteenth, and fifteenth amendments.
It was important because the republicans won majorities in both houses of congress and passed the 15th amendment && guaranteed africans americans to vote
~He was the 33rd President of the USA ~Born: 1884 ~Died: 1972 ~Was USA Senator and won two terms
The Republicans did not win in 1856- the Democrat Buchanan won the election in 1856. The Republican candidate, Lincoln won in 1860 and so became the first Republican president.
President Obama won the election because the democrats had the most votes.
Terms of Endearment won the Oscar for Directing in 1983.