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Dakota Hull Unit #6

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  • 1. Unit #6 group project By Dakota Hull, Justin Dean, and Trey Rodirguez
  • 2. Republican and democratic parties back then
    • Republican
    • The Republican Party is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States, along with the Democratic Party. Founded by anti-slavery expansion activists in 1854, it is often called the Grand Old Party or the GOP , despite being the younger of the two major parties. The party's platform is generally considered right of center in the U.S. political spectrum.
    • The Republican Party has the second most registered voters as of 2004 with 55 million, encompassing roughly one-third of the electorate.[2] Polls over the last two years have found that twenty to thirty-four percent of Americans self-identify as Republicans.[3][4][5][6][7]
    • There have been eighteen Republican Presidents, compared to 15 Democrats.[8] Republicans currently fill a minority of seats in both the United States Senate and the House of Representatives, hold a minority of state governorships, and control a minority of state legislatures.
    • Democratic
    • The Democratic Party is committed to keeping our nation safe and expanding opportunity for every American. That commitment is reflected in an agenda that emphasizes the strong economic growth, affordable health care for all Americans, retirement security, open, honest and accountable government, and securing our nation while protecting our civil rights and liberties.
  • 3. Republican and democratic party back then
    • The Democratic Party has the most registered voters of any party as of 2004, with 72 million voters.[8] Polls taken over the last decade indicate 34-36% of American voters self-identify as Democrats.[9]
    • Since the 2006 general elections, the Democratic Party has been the majority party in both the House of Representatives and the United States Senate. Democrats also hold a majority of state governorships and control a majority of state legislatures, as well as the Oval Office in the White House. Barack Obama, the current President of the United States, is the 15th Democrat to hold the office.
  • 4. Republican Party / Democratic Party today
    • Business orientated
    • Introduced the platform of “new nation”
    • Opposes abortion
    • Most of them are Christians
    • Supports large defense budget
    • Saw the rise of religious right
    • Opposes gay marriage
    • Increases spending on military issues
    • What they both have in common
    • They align with leadership, donates, and volunteers, and they both lobby
  • 5. The democratic party compared and contrasted to the republican party
    • Secure the nation, end the war, restore our mortal standing in the world
    • Free are selves from tyranny of oil once for all
    • Restore the constitution and the bill of rights
    • Oppose the death penalty
    • Support gay marriage
    • Decrease spending on military issues